unbalanced output

unbalanced output

[¦ən′bal·ənst ′au̇t‚pu̇t]
(electricity)
An output in which one of the two input terminals is substantially at ground potential.
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Figure 3 shows the difference between an unbalanced output filter and a balanced output filter.
The back of the CD-150B holds a pair of male XLR connectors for the balanced output, a pair of RCA jacks for the unbalanced output and a lone RCA jack for the 75 ohm coax digital out.
Baluns, (1) which transform a balanced input transmission signal to unbalanced output signals, are widely used in many wireless applications, such as balanced push-pull amplifiers, frequency doublers, (2) antenna feed networks (3) and double-balanced mixers.
The newer unit sports both balanced and unbalanced output jacks, and the digital out is now a BNC connector rather than an RCA jack.
The rear panel of the unit features (from left to right) a receptacle for the supplied IEC power cord; the on/off switch; balanced output jacks; unbalanced output jacks; jack sets for tape monitoring and external processor; three jack sets for line-level unbalanced inputs; and balanced input jacks.
Destinations are AES67 talkback units, or rear panel balanced and unbalanced outputs.
The Dacamp L1 transmits high-resolution analogue audio signals to a wide range of headphones via balanced or unbalanced outputs.