Question XLR to RCA wiring help?

Hi Guys

I have some excess cable and on one end I have xlr female connector but the other end is snipped off I want to solder an rca to the other end so I can use xlr out from my anthem to rca into my mini dsp for subwoofer .

The cable I have is Vandamme tour grade classic qke quad microphone cable.. It has 2 x blue 2 x white and a silver type cable . The female end for xlr was already connected so that's OK but how do I connect the other end to the rca connector? I would really appreciate if you could help with this as I don't want to connect it wrong and blow up anything....
Here are some pics to help . Thanks you..

Peter Parker

Distinguished Member
I seem to remember using balanced XLR to phonos with a Behringer feedback destroyer many years ago - I think it was to do much the same as you are with the Mini DSP.

Peter Parker

Distinguished Member
I can't remember how I did it, but looking at the link, I would use method two as it looks easier (link pins 1 and 3 in the XLR plug, and positive to the centre pin)).

There must be some guides for the Mini DSP how you want to use it, so try and find one of those so you can see what other people have done. That way you'll be 100% sure

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