Sescom LN2MIC-ZMH4-MON 3.5mm Line to Mic 25dB Attenuation Cable for Zoom H4N with Headphone Monitoring Jack

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About Sescom LN2MIC-ZMH4-MON

The Sescom LN2MIC-ZMH4-MON cable is designed for portable digital audio recorders and mic preamps with a single output jack. This jack is typically used for headphone monitoring or connecting to a DSLR audio input for recording. The LN2MIC-ZMH4-MON Y-Splitter cable allows you to do both monitoring and recording from a single output jack. It also features a -25dB L Pad attenuator on both audio channels to reduce the Prosumer Line Level output (-10dBV) to your camera's mic input sweet spot level. It's the perfect mating cable for Zoom H4N recorders when connecting to Canon D5 MkII but also works great for other similar mic preamps and DSLR cameras that require 25db of attenuation.

The cable is designed with the proper impedances to assure maximum voltage transfer and low noise operation. The cable shield is isolated on the camera end to prevent shield noise from directly coupling into the camera connector ground. The cable allows users to go directly from the audio recorder into the camera and also monitor with headphones, creating a compact and elegant interface solution. All resistors values are 1% metal film to assure similar voltage attenuation between the stereo inputs. Cable ends are labeled for proper connection.

Sescom LN2MIC-ZMH4-MON Specifications

Audio Input Level
-10dBV (0.25pp - 0.47pp) Prosumer Line Level
Input Impedance
1.5K ohms
Audio Output Level
Approx. 14mV
Output Impedance
92 ohms
Compatible with
Canon: EOS 5D Mark II, EOS 7D, EOS 550D Rebel T2i, EOS 60D, EOS 600d rebel t3i
Nikon: D7000, D300S
Mfr #
LN2MIC-ZMH4-MON
SKU
SELN2ZMH4MON

Sescom LN2MIC-ZMH4-MON Reviews

Reviewed by 1 customers

 
5.0

Great adapter

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from Pittsburgh, PA  -  Professional

The only adapter that I could find to "patch" the audio from my external mic to my camera and still be able to monitor it with headphones. The headphone levels are not amplified... and there is no inference that they are. For the price it's pretty much unbeatable.

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David C  Hi Just wondering if this item works with the Zoom H1? thanks in advance! David
DAVID C  It should work on it, but I'm not 100% sure if the H1 would benefit from the 25dB attenuation (if you have manual audio on your Canon, and have to put it to almost zero to match the H1, then it does need attenuation). Headphone monitoring is great though. The cable feels a little fragile, so when having headphones on, I secure the headphone cable with some gaffers tape to make sure it doesn't tugs on it. It is the best choice for my audio needs and wouldn't record without it.
David C  Thanks to David and all others who have given their sage advice, opinions and experience. It is much appreciated!! Cheers David
David C  Hi Just wondering if this item works with the Zoom H1? thanks in advance! David
DAVID C  It should work on it, but I'm not 100% sure if the H1 would benefit from the 25dB attenuation (if you have manual audio on your Canon, and have to put it to almost zero to match the H1, then it does need attenuation). Headphone monitoring is great though. The cable feels a little fragile, so when having headphones on, I secure the headphone cable with some gaffers tape to make sure it doesn't tugs on it. It is the best choice for my audio needs and wouldn't record without it.
David C  Thanks to David and all others who have given their sage advice, opinions and experience. It is much appreciated!! Cheers David
David C  Hi Just wondering if this item works with the Zoom H1? thanks in advance! David
DAVID C  It should work on it, but I'm not 100% sure if the H1 would benefit from the 25dB attenuation (if you have manual audio on your Canon, and have to put it to almost zero to match the H1, then it does need attenuation). Headphone monitoring is great though. The cable feels a little fragile, so when having headphones on, I secure the headphone cable with some gaffers tape to make sure it doesn't tugs on it. It is the best choice for my audio needs and wouldn't record without it.
David C  Thanks to David and all others who have given their sage advice, opinions and experience. It is much appreciated!! Cheers David
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