#1
I am doing an assignment which needs a list of cables and their uses in a music studio with specification (transfer speeds, is it 3 pin, 5 pin or jack ect.) and I have no idea about fibre optics. I have been told it is needed for the assignment and need your help with the information. Please help
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#2
Quote by kbabz22
I am doing an assignment which needs a list of cables and their uses in a music studio with specification (transfer speeds, is it 3 pin, 5 pin or jack ect.) and I have no idea about fibre optics. I have been told it is needed for the assignment and need your help with the information. Please help

Tip: It is often refered to as "light Pipe".
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You are EXTREMELY WRONG! I have played it. I own an 18W and it would be an awful stereo amp, it's way too bright, breaks up too easily and so on. Secondly, why would a guitar store sell an hifi amp.
#3
They use light (on/off) to transfer data. It's very quick and is extremely flexible.

Most common use is for high-speed internet connections.


sources:
google.co.uk
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Psh. I can can play fleshlight acoustically.

*masturbates*
#4
I know nothing about fiber optics but if it's like most cables they're probably sold at hugely inflated prices.
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