Hosa MIT-176 is an adaptor designed to match 200R output impedance to 50K input impedance. It is ideal for connecting a microphone to hi-Z instrument jack.
MIT-176 Mic Transformer, XLR Female LO-Z to 1/4" Male HI-Z, "Pigtail"
To run a low-impedance XLR terminated line (like a pro microphone) into a high-impedance Â¼" phone input (like a guitar-amp input), it's often necessary to use a line matching transformer like our MIT-435 or MIT-176. The MIT-129 is for impedance matching of a high impedance Â¼" phone equipped source (like and electric guitar) into a low-impedance (mic-level) XLR type input.