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Daisy Chain

A wiring scheme in which, for example, device A is wired to device B, device B is wired to device C, etc. All devices may receive identical signals or, in some instances, each device in the chain may modify one or more signals before passing them on. Common Daisy Chain examples would be MIDI devices connected together utilizing their THRU connections; SCSI connections with the last device terminated; certain computer network schemes; reference clock for digital studio devices; etc.

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