Jonmd123 Posted February 12 Report Share Posted February 12 Hi all, I have a Senken Cos-11d lav mic that is currently terminated with an XLR that allows 48v phantom power. I want to change this to a Sennheiser-type 3.5mm TRS tip, but am getting mixed info from Sanken and Sennheiser. I own the G4 500 series wireless transmitter/receiver from Sennheiser (which is a balanced signal). Most literature — and in fact the wiring diagram Sanken sent me, is for the g3 unbalanced series. In this, it tells me to combine the ground and shield on the TRS side. But wouldn’t this unbalance my cos-11D? does anyone know the specific wiring for the G4 500 series Sennheisers that maintains a balanced signal. Or perhaps it doesn’t matter as long as the receiver sends a balanced signal to my field recorder? GOAL: cut off the XLR end of my Sanken Cos-11D and solder on a TRS 3.5mm Jack so I can use the mic with the Sennheiser G4 500 series wireless pack, that uses a balanced signal. any help would be much appreciated! Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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