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Home Theater & High Fidelity Stereo Audio
The AV System Sequence
Batting practice for the audio/video pro and a primer for the novice
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Plugs & JacksAudio and video components implement a wide array of terminating plugs and jacks. Here is a list of the most common types of AV cable termination you will encounter. Seek out examples and become familiar with each. Note that many of the cables use the same type of connector. They differ in the type and the impedance of cable they are paired with.
Digital Video with Audio Digital Video Only
Handbook Note: HDMI versions 1.4 thru 2.1 -- select this Link
DigitalUSB/ Universal Serial Bus
It is a 'universal' device of many versions, types, and sizes. Version 3.0 is shown in the illustration.
USB is a multipurpose computer & cell phone interconnect that now interfaces with many AV products.
Select this LINK for the a list of USB versions 1.0 thru 3.2
with connector types: A, A-super speed, B, B-super speed, mini B, micro B, and C.
Audio and video systems should be qualified and designed for ease of use. Choose interconnect options that flow more easily for the end user. The ease of use qualifier may also require the addition of a macro programmed remote control.
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