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Sound and Recording, 5th Edition by Tim Mccormick, Francis Rumsey

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Index

Page numbers in italics refer to figures

A-B powering, 64–5, 65

‘A’-gauge jack plug, 355

‘A’-weighted self-noise, 61, 62

‘A’-weighting curve, 19, 29

A/D conversion see Analogue-to-digital

3-0 stereo, 469–70

3-1 stereo, 470–2

3-2 stereo, 472–8, 485–6

5.1 channel surround (3-2 stereo), 240–1, 472–8, 490, 496–512

7.1 channel surround, 478–80, 490

10.2 channel surround, 480

100 volt lines, 345–7

600 ohms, 347–50

AAF see Advanced Authoring Format

AB signals, 127

ABR see Auxiliary bass radiator

Absolute phase reversal, 11

Absorption, 18, 20, 22–3

AC see Alternating current

AC-3 coding, 240–1

AC-biased tape recorders, 156

Acoustic lens, 81–2, 82

Acoustics, 37, 533

Active sensing, 396–7

Adaptive Transform Acoustic Coding (ATRAC), 241, 272, 489–90 ...

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