balanced output

balanced output

[′bal·ənst ¦au̇t‚pu̇t]
(electronics)
A three-conductor output (as from an amplifier) in which the signal voltage alternates above and below a third, neutral wire.
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The ZX300 promises a premium quality and audio experience in a neatly designed music player with balanced output realized by S-Master HX and a user interface made for and by music lovers.
The module can receive audio channels from a Dante network and provide studio-quality, low-latency audio via balanced output connectors to analog audio equipment.
The Gin Kings finally got a balanced output from its roster, with Japeth Aguilar topscoring with 19 points, six rebounds, and two blocks.
The headphones offer a balanced output with powerful sound enhancing the overall music experience.
While it was hard to hear the Clio among the showfloor crowds, it did seem to have a good balanced output suggesting it isn't a mere gimmick.
The second section provides -90 degrees and +90 degrees phase shift over these two signals, so the balanced output signals have a 180 degree phase difference [10-14].
In another balanced output from the Ducks, Emory, Woods and freshman Damyean Dotson each had 14 points and Dominic Artis added 10.
Murata Electronics North America announced the launch of its LFB182G45BG2D280 balanced output matching filter, aimed at a broad range of 2.
It sounds awesome, with a warm, balanced output with little coloration.
In the third text, A Theoretical Essay on Sustainability and Environmentally Balanced Output Growth: Natural Capital, Constrained Depletion of Resources and Pollution Generation, Augusto Marcos Carvalho de Sena offers "a clear definition of natural capital, connects it to a qualitative concept of sustainability and, supported by two analytical models and a set of studies on related environmental literature, to show that sustainability can be attained via imposition of controls over production processes that use depletable natural resources and generate pollution".
Port 1 is the unbalanced input port, and ports 2 and 3 and ports 4 and 5 are the two balanced output ports.
The prior production method used dedicated cutting units for each glass run piece and a total balanced output hinged on all machines being up and running.
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