- Focusrite Clarett 8PreX
- Each analog input offers separate connectors for different signal types.
- Two to Go: World-Class Dual-Channel Mic Preamps
- The first API product to feature an integrated digital output—S/PDIF single-ended RCA connector and an AES digital out via XLR per channel—A2D is a great mobile recording package.
- The 19th Century plug that's still being used
- The jack is known as a tip, ring, sleeve - or TRS - connection. The "tip" transfers audio into the left-hand earplug of a stereo ... The potential grief in a switch to Apple's proprietary Lightning connector is obvious.
- You Can Kiss Your 3.5mm Headphone Jack Goodbye
- A well constructed 3.5 TRS (stereo phones) or TTRS (stereo phones + mic) connector with high quality cable is more than up to the job as an analog connector to headphones. TT (Telephone Type)/Bantam connectors are only 4.
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