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    Senior Member PatrickWebb's Avatar
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    G'day,

    I have found a cable in my box and am unsure of what it is exactly. It looks to me to be a line XLR in and out breakout cable, but I wanted to make sure if my suspicions are true and as the online crew!

    Pics here:
    1. https://drive.google.com/file/d/10a9...ew?usp=sharing
    2. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1GPY...ew?usp=sharing

    Also, I would need an adapter module on the camera, right, as the connector pins don't match any of the inputs on my Epic or Scarlet.

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    Not a RED cable.

    It is a Atomos 10-Pin LEMO Type to XLR Breakout Cable used for the Shogun.
    Product description says it allows you to record analog audio from external sources directly to the Shogun, while at the same time, monitoring the audio on separate speakers via the outputs.

    Not aware of any breakout box to adapt it to any RED cameras.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian F Kobylarz View Post
    Not a RED cable.

    It is a Atomos 10-Pin LEMO Type to XLR Breakout Cable used for the Shogun.
    Product description says it allows you to record analog audio from external sources directly to the Shogun, while at the same time, monitoring the audio on separate speakers via the outputs.

    Not aware of any breakout box to adapt it to any RED cameras.
    Hi Brian,
    I just found that out last night, when talking with a colleague! I've never had an Atomos product, so I was really confused to find it there and it look like a RED cable but not fit anything of mine! Problem solved and I'm more the wiser! Thanks for your answer on this!

    The only breakout box I know of is the A-Box from Wooden Camera and that I own already.

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    Patrick Webb,
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