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What type of adapter combines 2 mono 3.5mm jacks into 1 stereo 3.5mm jack with each mono track on a different band?

I thought TRS was the same thing as any 3.5mm jack and it's not. TRS is one of the possible configurations for a 3.5mm jack. TRS= Tip, Ring, Sleeve. There are also TS (mono) and TRRS (stereo for ...
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Difference between Level, Signal Strength, Amplitude and Volume?

In Hi-Fi audio circles, Professional audio circles, Amateur audio circles, and other places, these four terms simply do not have definitions that are distinct from each other. In a lot of situations ...
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Difference between Level, Signal Strength, Amplitude and Volume?

This is what my experience and education tells me. Amplitude is related to power, it's the actual height of a wave from zero. Any wave (When we're talking waves here, "height" is of the ...
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Difference between Level, Signal Strength, Amplitude and Volume?

Not sure if you are looking for a scientific extremely detailed answer but the way I think of them in a practical sense is Level: numerical value going in or out of a device Signal strength: general ...
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What type of adapter combines 2 mono 3.5mm jacks into 1 stereo 3.5mm jack with each mono track on a different band?

It appears from a google search that this style of cable, one which splits the tip and ring to separate ends, is called a ”BREAKOUT” cable
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Is there a convention to categorize different levels of stereo enhancement?

Enhancement just adds to any existing stereo phase correlation. So you can’t measure how much a recording was enhanced unless you have a copy of the same recording before enhancement, but you can ...
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Is there a convention to categorize different levels of stereo enhancement?

There are no standard conventions for this. You are free to use whatever labels you like. I would, however suggest that we continue to use the term "monophonic" for a stereo signal where the ...
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What is the difference between staged limitting and normal limitting?

There's a Compressor by FMR audio, called RNC , this compressor has a "Super-Nice" Mode , while this is not a 100% limiter, a limiter is just a very fast compressor (in simple terms). So , i have no ...
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