A-B Comparison

A-B Comparison refers to the process of switching between two audio sources or parts of a grear / equipment to compare a parameter setting, component, or sound quality. The best A-B comparisons are “blind,” where the listener does not know the identity of the sources until after the test is concluded. The test results are better if the two sources can be switched instantly.

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Jack

Jack is the “male-gender” connector, a part of a interconnecting cable, typically mounted to a panel or piece of a gear. There isn’t a specific signal flow for a jack. A jack can carry either input or output signals. Though the terms jack and plug are often used interchangeably, there is a distinct difference between […]

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