Introduction

The function of a XLR cable is to carry a balanced audio signal. It connects in the bottom of the microphone to the XLR microphone connector.

  1. Make sure you have a proper three pin XLR cable.
    • Make sure you have a proper three pin XLR cable.

    • Grab the female end of the cable (plug with three holes).

  2. Line up the pins in the end of the microphone (microphone connecter) with the holes in the XLR cable.
    • Line up the pins in the end of the microphone (microphone connecter) with the holes in the XLR cable.

    • Once the pins are aligned, push the cable into the bottom end of the microphone. You should hear a click.

Conclusion

To disconnect the cable from the microphone, follow the instructions in reverse.

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When disconnecting the cable - press the little latch (pointing towards you in the last picture) to release and then pull the cable out.

harrywwc - Reply

Is this April's fool? XD

s6963172 - Reply

how i repair the PG48 the XLR conector moves in and out when the cable ar plugged. The conector male in the microphone have an screw but that one not works...

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Santiago Morales - Reply

I know a few people who would see this and still screw it up.

jimboc - Reply

do it in reverse? you have to press the button though on the male end...

Michael Fox - Reply

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