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1/4" dual adapter and XLR dual adapter? exist?

Discussion in 'Pro Audio Equipment' started by chal7ds, Mar 1, 2006.

  1. chal7ds

    chal7ds Guest

    Hey All,

    I am in need of a dual adapter for a 1/4" plug(s) and XLR plug(s)..does something like this exist? (see picture i drew) It would allow for me to plug in two headphones for example into one port..or two XLR mics into one port..

    If so, where do you buy them from?

    adapters.jpg [/img]
     
  2. Thomas W. Bethel

    Thomas W. Bethel Well-Known Member

    Hosa makes what you are looking for and so does ProCo.

    I think even Monster. Go to your local GC and get them

    Hosa is here http://www.hosatech.com/hosa/products/yxl-119.html
    http://www.hosatech.com/hosa/products/ymm-232.html

    ProCo would probably be custom http://www.procosound.com/products.htm

    Monster would be here for the heaphones http://

    Here as well for the microphone Y adpater http://www.audiogear.com/Audio-Adapters-Xlr.html
     
  3. chal7ds

    chal7ds Guest

    I need a 1/4" Y cable, not 1/8th though..and both those links I did a search and couldn't turn up anything..got another link for this type?

    THANKS THANKS THANKS!!!
     
  4. Thomas W. Bethel

    Thomas W. Bethel Well-Known Member

    Here it is link removed or at the HOSA site. Look around at http://www.hosatech.com/ and you could also check with your local GC or Radio Shack or Sam Ash. I have even seen them at flea markets and in high end stereo stores. I simply looked for 1/4 inch Stereo Y cord on the net. Hope this helps.
     
  5. TVPostSound

    TVPostSound Guest

    OK, not to be sarcastic here. Im serious. I made 2 talkback switch boxes in this manner.

    Radioshack!

    Small 3"X2"X1"ABS project box: $2.99
    1/4" stereo female surface mounts 3 of them for: $4.99
    Wire .99 cents

    Drill 3 holes in the ABS box, 2 on the top 1 on the side,
    solder the wiring from 1 of the jacks to the other 2,
    screw the top on the box. : 20 minutes.

    Knowing you did it yourself the way you want it: Priceless :cool:
     
  6. chal7ds

    chal7ds Guest

    That's the one! thanks a lot man!
     

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