Hosa Technology Tracklink Microphone XLR Female to USB Interface Cable - 10'

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  • Filmtools #: 19009
  • Mfr #: USX-110
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Product Features
  • Switchable 48 V phantom power for condenser microphones
  • Adjustable gain for dynamic microphones
  • 16-bit/48 kHz sampling rate for CD-Audio sound quality
  • 10 ft. of cable
  • Compatible with Windows XP, Vista 32-bit, Windows 7 & Mac OSX 10.4+

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  • Overview
    The Hosa TRACKLINK Microphone to USB Interface (XLR3F to USB Type A) cable makes it easy to connect your condenser or dynamic microphone directly to your computer. Simply plug the XLR connector into your microphone and the USB connector into your computer and play youメll be tracking in no time!

    Features include:
    • Switchable 48 V phantom power for condenser microphones
    • Adjustable gain for dynamic microphones
    • 16-bit/48 kHz sampling rate for CD-Audio sound quality
    • 10 ft. of cable
    • Compatible with Windows XP, Vista 32-bit, Windows 7 & Mac OSX 10.4+


    Use your existing software to process your sound or, if you use a microphone preamp or signal processor, simply plug the XLR connector into the end of your signal chain. The on-board analog-to-digital converter will faithfully reproduce your sound in CD-quality. Itメs that easy!
The Hosa TRACKLINK Microphone to USB Interface (XLR3F to USB Type A) cable makes it easy to connect your condenser or dynamic microphone directly to your computer. Simply plug the XLR connector into your microphone and the USB connector into your computer and play youメll be tracking in no time!

Features include:
  • Switchable 48 V phantom power for condenser microphones
  • Adjustable gain for dynamic microphones
  • 16-bit/48 kHz sampling rate for CD-Audio sound quality
  • 10 ft. of cable
  • Compatible with Windows XP, Vista 32-bit, Windows 7 & Mac OSX 10.4+


Use your existing software to process your sound or, if you use a microphone preamp or signal processor, simply plug the XLR connector into the end of your signal chain. The on-board analog-to-digital converter will faithfully reproduce your sound in CD-quality. Itメs that easy!