[time-nuts] Rb references for audiophiles?
gbusg at comcast.net
Fri Jul 4 14:54:35 EDT 2008
...they had the special speaker cables with the arrows to indicate
preferred direction of power flow, too....)
Jim, "directional" audio interconnect cables typically have two conductors
for the signal path, plus a shield. The shield is connected at only the
"destination" end of the cable. This is similar to some low-level
instrumentation connections (where the signal flows through two inner
conductors, and we don't want the shield contributing to circulating AC
The situation for "directional" speaker cables is a bit stranger, but,
again, typically involves a shield connected at only one end of the cable.
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