Generally speaking, there are two major design types with wireless transmitter cables. There is the mini xlr (TAF4 plug) at the transmitter end and a standard 1/4" mono plug for the instrument end OR there is a mini trs (1/8" stereo) at the transmitter end and a standard 1/4" mono plug for the instrument end.
When ordering please select the major category your transmitter falls into and then put a note in the comments section during check out the make and model number of your wireless system, we'll do the rest.
We do not recommend using the screw on type wireless transmitter cables (like Sennhieser cables). What tends to happen is the cable gets yanked, it stays plugged in but the insides of the cable begin to break, eventually leading to cable failure. If you order your cable with the proper length it won't get yanked as easily therefore not becoming unplugged and not damaging your cable. Worse yet is the the input jack and surrounding circuit board can get damaged ruining your transmitter. We've seen it!
"As a player, I know how frustrating it is to have my wireless cable come unplugged during a gig. However, it is far more frustrating to have a cable fail completely because it was screwed to my transmitter and when it got yanked, it didn't come out but ultimately destroyed my cable, failing in front of my audience" Todd owner Pro Cables N Sound