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Audio connectors shrink in size

Audio connectors shrink in size
7/31/2008 08:00 PM EDT
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Guru of Grounding   7/28/2010 3:58:51 PM
A 2-year-old press release is news? These miniature XLR connectors have been around for a number of years. However, they are becoming increasingly common in pro audio gear - so much so that a standards group within the Audio Engineering Society is now working to standardize their use. - Bill Whitlock, Life Fellow of the AES

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