From: Watson 'Atto Parsec' Name
Subject: Re: audio line specifications
References: <3DEE2757.EE79B063@crf.canon.fr> <3DEE35F9.20AC0D73@gv.net> <3DEE9C16.BAB6D5F6@gv.net>
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Date: Thu, 5 Dec 2002 04:37:19 -0800
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In article <3DEE9C16.BAB6D5F6@gv.net>, firstname.lastname@example.org talked about...
> John Woodgate wrote:
> >I read in sci.electronics.design that Michael R. Kesti
> >wrote (in <3DEE35F9.20AC0D73@gv.net>) about 'audio line
> >specifications', on Wed, 4 Dec 2002:
> >>There are no such standards for audio. Instead, most equipment, both
> >>consumer and professional, is designed to a rather loose set of conventions.
> >>For consumer equipment these include:
> >Absolutely NOT! Before IEC 61938 was IEC 60268-15, which was around for
> >about 20 years.
> Oh yes, those widely acknowledged, readily available, and universally
> applied IEC standards. They certainly have made plug-and-play of the
> analog audio world!
> >Just because YOU don't know about it doesn't mean it doesn't exist.
> I think that you may have missed the "Neener, neener", unless you stuck
> your tounge out when writing that.
Well, if you claim to be authoritative and tell everyone that no such
standards exist, then you can expect to have your nose rubbed in it when
someone tell you that you made a mistake.
Instead of saying no such standards, you might have said that the industry
does so and so, no matter what the standards might be.
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