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cable gland sise 20s means
what should be the distance between instrument cable and electrical cable
the load rating for this type of cable is 100amps.
It depends on the length of th cable and the diameter of the copper cable used.
guitar to cable to amplifier there is a 1/4 stereo or mono jack you plug the cable into , from there plug the other end into the amplifier and press on
It depends on how it is wired, not on the type of cable. You can do bidirectional data over just two wires.
The advantage of digital cable is that you receive better picture quality and additional channels than regular cable
Well mostly, an amplifier (pretty obvious) but to connect to it, a guitar cable.
In order to use the line out in the Fender Performer 650, you will need an amplifier. Connect the cable from the line out to the amplifier. Make sure that the amplifier is turned on.
i think cable no. wont vary according to the distance
Yes. Connect an audio cable to the headphone jack.
Speakers are analog devices. There is no cable and connector that will connect a digital audio jack to a speaker without a digital to analog conversion and an amplifier. If the audio output is digital, you will need a compatible amplifier that has the same digital input. Then you will need to link the amplifier to the speaker with exterior grade cable.
Maximum length of a coaxial cable is the length from an amplifier over which gain at the highest carrier frequency is consumed , that is to say the cable length at end of which the signal level measured on the cable is equal to the input signal level of the same frequency in to the amplifier. This is derived from the principle of UNITY GAIN.
An amplifier is used to increase the volume of sound coming from an instrument( MP3 player, electric guitar.etc). most have a cable plugging into the instrument