The KP16 Coiled Cable is designed to be inserted in a K16 KlassicPro Boom pole either as an addition for an uncabled pole or a replacement for an internally cabled one.
One end of the cable has a low-profile XLR3F right-angle connector for the microphone while the other has a mini XLR that fits into a K-Tek base module (sold separately). A side exit base is available now with a transmitter adapter and a flow-through version expected to follow later in 2019.
Cable installation or removal can be accomplished without soldering. The KlassicPro pole headpiece can be removed by unscrewing a standard sized set screw.
KlassicPro cables incorporate thicker gauge wiring and aluminum shielding to make it both stronger and protected against radio frequency (RF) interference. The redesigned right-angle connector is smaller, lighter, serviceable, and made with the popular Neutrik connector as its base. Solid strain relief makes the connector remarkably robust while securely holding the wiring in place. As an added benefit, the connector orientation can be changed by simply unthreading its housing, rotating it to the desired position, and locking it back in place.
The TA3 at the base of the cable is surrounded by a machined Delrin shell which secures the cable to the connector. Simply plug the TA3 into the male end of the KPCCR module. In extreme weather conditions it may be wise to unplug and remove the cable from inside the pole. Keeping the bottom open by removing the bottom module or adding the flow through base will allow water to drain through the pole instead of filling the inside of the tubes.
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