XLR to 1x RCA

  When connecting a 3-pin XLR to one RCA, you use the same wiring as if you were connecting an XLR to a 1/4″ (jack) plug.

  The positive and shield of the XLR are joined together, either at the XLR end or the RCA end. The easiest way is to solder a link between pins 1 and 3 (shield and negative) of the XLR, rather than trying to solder the shield and negative wire to the sleeve contact of the RCA.



  This produces an unbalanced audio cable.

  Audio Cables and Connections

  Audio Cables

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  XLR to 1/4″ mono jack

  XLR to RCA

  Stereo jack to 2 x RC

  XLR to stereo jack

  XLR to 2 x RCA

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