iPhone BNC line-level timecode input adapter - 3.5mm TRRS Male to BNC Male with built-in line-level attenuator
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This adapter allows you to connect a line-level timecode signal from a camera or timecode generator to the iPhone/iPad or other compatible device. This adapter incorporates pasive components which provide This adapter has a built-in -22db attenuator to reduce the line-level timecode/audio signal to levels suitable for microphone input.
Available in the following optional cable lengths: 3 feet (standard), 6 ft, 10 ft, 15 ft and 25 ft.
Nickel 3.5mm TRRS 4 conductor Right Angle Plug
75 ohm BNC Male connector
Mogami 2330 Shielded mini-Coax Cable for Excellent protection against EMI/RFI interference.
Incorporates a -22db line level attenuator
We have many other versions of these type of adapters available to connect all styles of microphones and other equipment to many different types of mobile devices;
Compatibility List:(Not compatible with devices using Motorola Droid style headsets)
Compatible with devices that use the iPhone style headsets including:
- iPad - All Versions
- iPad mini - All Versions
- iPod - All Versions
- Mac - computers and laptops which use the combined headphone/mic connection
- Android Phones/devices
- Samsung Galaxy S3
- Samsung Galaxy Camera
Compatible with most mobile devices that use the combined headphone/mic connection.
Compatible with some devices using the combined headset connection like
versions of Motorola Droid phones and earlier versions of the Samsung
Galaxy phones. and; some Manufacturers use a different method for wiring
the headset connection.
Q; How do I know if this adapter will work with my phone or device?
to the massive number of new phones, versions and devices being
released we are not able to test the adapter with all devices;
however, if your device works with an iPhone headset (headphones and
microphone) then this adapter will also work on your device.
- Test your phone/device with a iPhone headset (perhaps try it with a friends iPhone headset)
- Look up a new headset for your phone/device and check the compatibility list to see if it is also compatible with iPhone.