Hi everybody, i was hoping someone here could help me out with this problem. I have 5 Shure LX3 wireless receivers that need to be connected to our mixer. The LX3's will be in a rack backstage and there is cable already run to FOH. The LX3's output is high impedance and needs a 1/4" male connector, while the existing cable is XLR female and will go into a low impedance input on the mixer. I have done a decent amount of searching and this is what i've come up with so far: http://www.radioshack.com/product.a..._name=CTLG_011_003_001_001&product_id=274-016 connected to http://www.radioshack.com/product.a..._name=CTLG_011_003_001_007&product_id=274-015 or http://www.shure.com/accessories/a95u.asp As far as i can tell, these do what i need. The problem is cost. $115 from radio shack and almost $200 from shure. Do these accomplish what i need, and is there a cheaper way. I can't solder but i might be able to find someone who can. Also, this post, http://www.controlbooth.com/ftopict-1367.html, talked about resistive summing networks used for a similar purpose, if that's any help. If you have any advice or know of any other options, don't hold back. Thanks in advance.