Hosa XLRF-XLRM w/switch

XLRF to XLRM with On/Off Switch
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Tech Specs

Connector 1 XLR Female
Connector 2 XLR Male
Quantity 1
Manufacturer Part Number GMS-274

Customer Reviews

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agree with previous reviewer that this is somewhat frail equipment compared wi other products of hosa but it is a quiet switch. no loud clicks thru the pa system. I use it inline with microphone when performer insists on a switch. just have to be somewhat careful with it
Music background: former pro giving back

Evaluation of Hosa GMS-274

I have used this switch on my headset microphone cable for six years. It works very well for me (after many connects and disconnects). The only problem I have had is that I have lost two of the mini screws that hold it together on separate occasions, and replacement screws are not easy to find. I suggest wrapping these with tape to prevent loss of the screws.
Music background: Dixieland banjo player and vocalist

XLR on/off Switch

Occasionally I provide an 'instrument feed' for a guitar, fiddle, or etc. from the house audio mixer. I have purchased several of these switches. They are 'functional'... They are not durable. I have had pushed pins on several different units. It's simply flimsy.
Music background: I am a professional musician and a sound engineer.
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