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TRRS to 4-pin XLR adapter

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TRRS to 4-pin XLR adapter
This is the convert the TRRS plug of a hifiman Re-262 or other balanced Hifiman 3.5mm, into a 4-pin XLR. 4ft of beautiful 8 strand wire
Posted by BG Audio on August 9, 2012 Full Size| Slideshow

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Reply Joeke Vriezinga
9:39 PM on January 11, 2016 
Could you Imform me about the price of this TRRS to 4-pin XLR adapter cable? I do have a Hifiman HE-560 headphone with balanced TRRS 3.5 mm jack. For your information: although I live in the Netherlands, I have a private post address (suite number) at Borderlinx/DHL in Dayton. This international carrier service handles all custom duties on forehand before shipping a package to my country by airmail. So for shipping costs you can calculate domestic costs.
Reply Parker
11:40 AM on February 5, 2015 
I was thinking the exact same thing. Did you ever figure out how to do this?
Reply Nolan
9:11 PM on October 20, 2014 
Hi i was wondering how exactly you wired this because i was looking to adapt my headphones which have trrs with a mic, to a 4 pin xlr to use on a clear com system. Im not sure if you know but do you think it is possible and if so could you tell me the pin wiring.

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