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Analogue

In audio equipment, analogue refers to components that deal with continuously changing electrical signals that mimic the original sound wave. It's the traditional method where sound is captured and reproduced as a smooth wave, as opposed to digital which breaks it down into a series of 0s and 1s. Examples of analogue equipment include vinyl record players, cassette decks, and some older amplifiers. These components handle the sound in its natural form, potentially offering a "warmer" sound quality to some listeners. However, analogue audio is susceptible to noise and degradation over time.
In audio equipment, analogue refers to components that deal with continuously changing electrical signals that mimic the original sound wave. It's the traditional method where sound is captured and reproduced as a smooth wave, as opposed to digital which breaks it down into a series of 0s and 1s. Examples of analogue equipment include vinyl record players, cassette decks, and some older amplifiers. These components handle the sound in its natural form, potentially offering a "warmer" sound quality to some listeners. However, analogue audio is susceptible to noise and degradation over time.
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