Connector – 1) A common 3 pin connector used in balanced audio connections. 2) A microphone Cable.
A balanced interconnect cable used to connect audio components which features very low distortion by separating the negative signal from the ground. An abbreviation for luminance/chrominance.
A connector that's used to carry balanced audio signals.
Connecter: Balanced, three-pronged audio connectors used to connect mics to camcorders or to other types of recording equipment.
Developed by Canon, this type of connector is commonly used to carry balanced audio signals, including the feeds from microphones. Originally listed as the Canon XLRM-3, (a 3-pin version) it has the added advantage of locking in place to prevent accidental pulling out.
(Cannon) 3 pin connector used on microphones and audio devices that have balanced inputs & outputs.
A connector using a 3 pin jack or plug. It carries line level audio signal for long distances, and is used in professional applications or high-end home stereo systems.
extra long range. This is a system of cables and connectors used for professional audio which provide high sound quality with low noise when long cables are used.
A type of connector used for balanced lines. Used for microphones, balanced audio components and the AES/EBU digital connection.
Developed by ITT/Cannon, XLRs are rugged, locking multipin connectors frequently used in professional audio equipment. While 3-pin XLRs are most commonly seen on microphones and console inputs, other configurations also exist, such as 4-pin XLRs (a standard for stage intercom systems) and 5-pin XLRs (often used on stereo microphones).
Trademarked name for circular 3-pin connectors developed by Cannon (now owned by ITT), "XLR" was originally nothing more than Cannon's part designation for the connector. XLR has since evolved into a generic industry term, and many manufacturers now make this style connector, including connectors referred to as mini-XLR, 4-pin XLR, and others. Standard XLR connectors are normally used to connect machinery supporting balanced audio.
3 pin cannon style connector generally used in connecting microphones carrying a balanced audio signal. To see one click here.