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transformation is not enough
 
600ohm low-Z to 2.500ohm - that's almost nothing! 250ohm low-Z to 50.000ohm - that's the standard, e.g. on Audio Technica CP8201, the same price..

Hosa MIT-156 Line-Matching Transformer review by A Customer can be read at Rakuten
 
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Review Date: 11/21/2007
User Location: NY
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Line matching for camcorder.
 
My pro-sumer camcorder needs a high impedence microphone input and this device solved the problem. I'm running several low impedence mics into a Rolls mixer and then into my camera. Worked perfectly and it was reasonably priced. For those of you who may trying to do the same, just make sure that your camcorder mic input is stereo if you are going to use this specific model.

Hosa MIT-156 Line-Matching Transformer review by BPH can be read at Amazon.Com
 
BPH
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Review Date: 06/27/2009
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Worked Well
 
I used it with my camcorder attaching the Hosa transformer to my camcorder's mic jack, then to the XLR cable and the XLR cable to a Sennheiser 835 vocal microphone. My primary use will be recording vocal solos for audition DVDs and it worked great on my initial test recording. I thoroughly researched how to input a quality external vocal microphone that uses XLR like the Sennheiser into my camcorder's 3.5 mic jack. The options for converting 3.5 to XLR go up to several 100 dollar converters. ...

Hosa MIT-156 Line-Matching Transformer review by Mark Romefelt can be read at Amazon.Com
 
Mark Romefelt
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Review Date: 06/22/2008
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Works as promised
 
After messing around with several standard RCA to 3.5mm adapter cables, this is what I needed to use my Shure SM58 external mic with my laptop and camcorder to achieve true, two channel audio.

Hosa MIT-156 Line-Matching Transformer review by Fred G. can be read at Amazon.Com
 
Fred G.
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Review Date: 01/21/2011
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XLR Dynamic Mic to Camcorder 3.5mm Solution
 
I did a lot of research trying to find out how to connect an XLR microphone to a camcorder with a 3.5mm stereo jack. I even bought a couple of different items. The final answer is this. If you have a dynamic XLR microphone (not a condenser mic that needs phantom power), and a typical consumer camcorder (mine is a Canon HF S200), this adapter is what you need. Of course, you will need an XLR cable (ten or 15 feet is ideal), and then plug this transformer/adapter into the cable and the camera. The...

Hosa MIT-156 Line-Matching Transformer review by Robert Harris can be read at Amazon.Com
 
Robert Harris
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Review Date: 12/09/2010
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Perfect for Adapting Low-Z Microphones to High-Z Inputs
 
I use this product with an Audio Technica AT803 lavalier microphone.Normally, the AT803 is plugged into my Mackie 802-VLZ3 and uses phantom power. In addition to recording, I also use the microphone for chat on Xbox Live (AUX SEND is connected to a wired Xbox 360 controller with a headset adapter).I needed a way to use this microphone with my Xbox 360 while travelling; a quick search found this item. Using a AA battery for the microphone instead of phantom power, this ada...

Hosa MIT-156 Line-Matching Transformer review by Gene Montgomery can be read at Amazon.Com
 
Gene Montgomery
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5.0 out of 5.0   
         
 
Review Date: 03/16/2012
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Clean Sound now
 
Great and much needed for mike to camcorder. I will probably need a couple of more very soon. Thank You.

Hosa MIT-156 Line-Matching Transformer review by Joseph Pisano can be read at Amazon.Com
 
Joseph Pisano
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Review Date: 04/04/2013
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niiiiiice
 
I'm actually surprised there is not more information available online regarding line matching transformers. I own a Nikon D5100 and purchased a Shure professional microphone (with XLR cable) and an XLR to 3.5mm stereo adapter thinking it would work. Actually the folks at Guitar Center told me this setup would work. It Did Not. Long story short - you need a transformer or your audio on the DSLR will sound like static. Bought this online and works like a charm. Price shop around - this is the lowe...

Hosa MIT-156 Line-Matching Transformer review by VA Reader can be read at Amazon.Com
 
VA Reader
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Review Date: 04/13/2013
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Works as advertised.
 
It's a simple adapter cable that simply works as advertised. If you have pro mics (XLR jacks) but want to use them on a consumer camcorder or DSLR you may want to use one of these. Mismatching impedance between professional mics and consumer-grade audio gear can cause noise or distortion. An impedance matching transformer can alleviate these problems.

Hosa MIT-156 Line-Matching Transformer review by Phil Lowe can be read at Amazon.Com
 
Phil Lowe
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Review Date: 09/19/2013
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Wow! This just plain works!
 
If you want to pipe a mono mic to a stereo input on your camcorder, this is the one! I use it with the "Behringer PS400 Ultra-Compact Phantom Power Supply" to allow use of an MXL 900 mic with my Canon HFR20 camcorder. It is PERFECT! I am VERY, VERY happy with this combo of purchases!

Hosa MIT-156 Line-Matching Transformer review by Dr. Bill Bailey can be read at Amazon.Com
 
Dr. Bill Bailey
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Review Date: 12/17/2013
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