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BALANCED LINE

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A method of carrying sound signals which reduces interference by using a third conductor, the shield. The two inner conductors carry the same sound signal, one is positive and the other is negative. Any interference induced into the cable is equal and opposite in each of the inner conductors and is cancelled out. It is important to use balanced lines when carrying low level signals (e.g. microphones) along long cable runs. See unbalanced line.

 

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AB
ABTT
ACL
ACOUSTICS
ACROSS
ACT DROP
ACTING AREA
ACTIVE
AD LIB
ADAPTOR
ADVANCE BAR
AERIAL
AERO
AETTI
AGC
AISLE
ALIGNMENT
AMALGAMATIONS aka...
AMP
AMPLITUDE
ANALOGUE SIGNAL
AND
APART
APRON
ARBOR
ARCHITECTURAL LAMP
ARCLINE
ARENA
ASIDE
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ATTENUATE
AUDITORIUM
AUTOMATIC STOP
AUTOMATION
AUXILIARY INPUT
AUXILIARY OUTPUT
Alemah
Almeh
As-salaam
Asaya
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alternative possi...assumption


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