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Replacement Cable for BPHS1

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    Replacement cable for BPHS1 Broadcast Headset. 3.3 m (10.8') long cable terminating in two output connectors, one each for the microphone and headphone: the microphone output is a 3-pin XLRM-type connector; the headphone output is a 3-conductor " connector.

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    Hello I own four of these BPHS1 headsets. In the near future, I need to use them with a 6 pin XLR Clearcom situation. It needs to be able to plug into a Clearcom AB-100 Broadcast Announcer console unit. Do you make a cable that would connect to the BPHS1 and end in a 6 pin male XLR? The 6pin XLR config would need to be: Pin 1 - mic lo Pin 2 - mic high pin 3 - earpiece common pin 4 - earpiece left pin 5 - earpiece right pin 6 - mic shield I look forward to your quick reply thanks T Clark

    T Clark

    There is no 6 pin XLR for the BPHS1 headsets. Please contact our Audio Solutions Department at (330) 686-2600 ext 5000 or at audio-solutions@atus.com for assistance with this.

    ATUS_Specialist3

    Is there a cable that connects the BPHS1 directly to the iphone (TRRS) audio jack?

    JeffY

    You will need an adapter cable from a third party to do this. I suggest the KM-IPHONE-X43 available from kv connection.com . Note that to MONITOR the microphone signal as it is being recorded, you will need a recording application with a monitoring feature.

    AudioSolutionsSpec1

    Can the BPHS1 be connected to computer via usb?

    KCDelta

    Thank you for your inquiry. You would need a USB audio interface for this. Please note that we do not manufacture these interfaces.

    AudioSolutionsManager

    Can I get an extension cord for ath ws55 headphone? I need more like 10 feet. Or do I need to go wireless?

    Cbone0

    The BPCB1 will not work with the ATH-WS55. If you would like to extend the length of your headphones, you will need to get a headphone extender cable. Those will likely be available at a local electronics retailer. Thanks!

    AudioSolutionsSpec2