Analog Audio Cables – III

Connectors and Balanced Connections Aside from TRS Jack as seen in Part 2 of this subject, cables, connectors and connections used at the professional level to carry balanced signals are the XLR that unlike previous have directionality, a connector is generally used for output connections (fig. 1) and a connector is generally used for the … Continue reading Analog Audio Cables – III

Analog Audio Cables – II

TYPOLOGIES OF CONNECTORS AND ANALOGICAL PROFESSIONAL CONNECTIONS: Connectors and Unbalanced Connections  (TS Jack - Jack trs) Connectors and Balanced Connections  (XLR or Canon - Jack trs) Connectors and Power Connections (Speakon) For each type of cable, is defined commonly male connector (fig. 1), the part inserted in the input connections, and the female connector (fig. 2), the … Continue reading Analog Audio Cables – II

Analog Audio Cables – I

Introduction A cable is that conductor device which allows to transfer data, and then also audio signals, in our case in the form of electrical impulses continuous (sinusoidal) in the analog domain, in the form of electrical pulses alternating in digital field or light beams in the optical field. For the moment let’s analyze the … Continue reading Analog Audio Cables – I