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AES/EBU is the name of a digital audio transfer standard developed by AES and EBU. At the beginning of the 1980s, a number of individuals and organizations began to explore the possibility of developing a new digital audio interface. The AES and EBU published the specifications for the standard in 1992, revised it in 1995 and again in 1998. AES/EBU is the most common alternative to the S/PDIF standard and the most common AES/EBU physical interconnect is AES Type I Balanced – 3 conductor, 110 ohm twisted pair cabling with an XLR connector.

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