BAT sells the gadget you need, although I found it easier and less expensive to get a RCA-XLR cable made up by Quest for Sound, Stephen is a terrific guy and the quality of the cable surprised me. Stereo pair of quality cables (with Phoenix Gold connectors) were around $90 if memory serves. Drop Stephen an email at Questforsound@aol.com
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Why not just buy your favorite cables and have the vendors convert them instead of using the converters that, no matter how good they are built, almost always degrade the sound. Most cable makers can do it with a little extra charge. Nonetheless, you must specify the configuration (pin2 negative or ground).
Here's the exact webpage of the adaptors the milestek makes, they have all kinds of different configurations Male RCA to Male XLR I think is what you're looking for though.