From: Watson 'Atto Parsec' Name
Subject: Re: audio line specifications
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Date: Thu, 5 Dec 2002 04:47:12 -0800
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In article , Vlad@bla.Bla.com
> What is the application?
> If you are looking for the characteristic impedance of audio lines
> used on home or studio installations the impedance value of the line
> is of irrelevant importance.
First time I've read that importance could be irrelevant. :-)
> In general the lower the resistance, the better.
Well, people don't usually connect their speaker output to the line input
of another piece of equipment.
Well, I take that back. They usually try it once, and when they find out
how bad it is, they never make that mistake again.
> On Wed, 04 Dec 2002 17:03:35 +0100, Mickael Lorgeoux
> >I'm looking for analog audio line signal specification document. I want
> >to have the levels values, the load requirement, etc...
> >Is there an international standard document for audio line? I mean an
> >equivalent of video NTSC or PAL standard documents.
> >Any help is welcome
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