Sescom field recorder cables solve the common interface problem with today's Canon, Nikon, Pentax and Panasonic DSLR cameras which utilize an unbalanced stereo mic level audio input on a mini TRS 3.5mm jack. Professional videographers employ handheld digital audio recorders because they produce superior quality sound recording when compared to a DSLR camera, however, they often output different line level audio signals. This cable features Sescom's exclusive circuitry on both audio channels to match the sweet spot level of your camera mic input. Its sleek low profile design avoids clunky XLR type attenuators that can produce heavy strain on the cameras mic input connector.
The Sescom LN2MIC-TASDR100 is specially designed with of 35dB of attenuation to match Tascam's DR-100, DR-40 and DR-05 circuitry for a pristine and noise free audio transition to your DSLR camera.