Subject: What electrically travels through a home theater audio cable?
Date: Thu Jun 29 10:44:46 2006
Posted by Chris
Grade level: grad (science)
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City: No city entered. State/Province: MS
Area of science: Engineering
How is a 20-20k Hz analog signal passed from a CD player to a receiver over a
shielded RCA cable? I understand electrons probably flow between them in some
low voltage mannor. But how does RF get encoded inside the cable, rather than
escape it and travel through space?
Re: What electrically travels through a home theater audio cable?
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