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Headphones
Although this stereo audio socket is intended for
headphones it could also be used for output to a
personal cassette recorder. When you plug
something into this socket, the external speakers are
automatically muted.
Microphone
This mono audio socket provides phantom power
for electret-type microphones.
Speakers
Use this socket to connect the standard (passive) or
separately-powered
(active)
Passive speakers may also be used together with the
optional DeepSound sub-woofer.
Line In, Auxiliary Line In, and Line Out
These stereo audio line sockets are intended for
connecting your PC to analog audio/video
equipment such as camcorders, VCRs, hi-fi
components and televisions. The front Line In
socket could also be used as an alternative to the
external
speakers.
rear Microphone socket, or for input from a
personal cassette or CD player.
S-Video and Composite Video
These front panel inputs allow you to connect your
PC to analog video equipment such as cameras,
camcorders and VCRs. The S-Video input is for
Hi8 or S-VHS devices in which the luminance
(brightness) and chrominance (colour) signals are
separated for higher fidelity. The Composite Video
input is for VHS or Video8 equipment.
TV Out (S-Video)
This port is suitable for analog video equipment
such as VCRs and televisions. (The corresponding
audio signal, if any, is available by the rear Line Out
socket.)
SPDIF
SPDIF (Sony/Philips Digital Interface) is the
consumer version of the AES/EBU digital audio
interface standard used for the professional
recording and mastering of media such as CDs and
DAT tapes.
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