XLR connectors are electrical connectors, which are mainly used in professional audio-visual electronic wiring APP applications, such as stage microphones and other analog audio equipment. A relative home audio/video device that uses RCA connectors. Typically three wires or pins are used, but other variants have two to six wires. XLR connectors are used for special audio/video electronic wiring APP applications, such as electrical connectors for analog audio equipment (such as stage microphones), and as RCA connectors for audio/video equipment used by screenwriters. It features a large cylindrical connector body that usually has 3 pins or pins, other types have 2 to 6 pins. The XLR connection is an incremental variation of the kanon (ITT gun) O-connector. It is an oval-shaped body and socket and features three pins, a latch and a locking mechanism. Its actual predecessor was the X series without a locking mechanism, which was added in 1950 as the XL series. The enclosure was modified in 1955 with synthetic rubber insulation wrapping the enclosure, now an XLR connector. There are also male and female versions for all types of connectors. The latter is designed to have a ground pin (or pin 1) to continue the contact and removal cycle during the first insertion cycle. This ensures that the noise of the connector will hardly rise during the mating process, and even if there is no obvious noise (such as an RCA connector), it can be hot-swapped and replaced in real time. Typical APP applications include microphones, active speakers, audio/video mixers, recording studio equipment (such as power amplifiers, speakers, main cabinets, etc.), lighting, industrial applications (such as control circuits), etc. Advantages of XLR connectors: 1. Can be pulled out and locked quickly. 2. Three-pin form can meet balanced transmission. 3. Reliable strength to meet the relatively harsh environment.
Post time: Aug-20-2022