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Acronym References

HEC
What is HEC ?
HDMI Ethernet Channel
Technology channel, Ethernet, HDMI, stream, video, sound and data in an HDMI cable and integrated, and feature HEC programs based on the IP via HDMI active and makes a connection Ethernet double-sided with a speed of 100 mbit / s provides. The physical layer of the Ethernet implementation uses a hybrid to send and receive attenuated signals of the 100-TX type through a twisted pair....
CEC
What is CEC ?
Consumer Electronics Control
The CEC is a feature of HDMI that allows the user up to a maximum of 15, the device has a CEC that through HDMI connected to each other, they disappear. command and data control, only with the use of one of the controls from the remote (for example) to control the TV. box and DVD players only using the TV remote control). it also allows devices with CEC to command and control each other without user intervention.: §CEC-3.1.< < > this is a one-wire two-way Serial Bus based on the standard protocolll L L L to perform remote control functions.[46] wiring is mandatory ، although implementation in a product is optional.: §8.1 in the profile HDMI 1.0 defined in HDMI 1.2, etc., HDMI 1.2 a and HDMI 1.3 a is updated (that timer and voice commands to the bass).: §§CEC-1.2,CEC-1.3,CEC-3.1,CEC-5 adapters USB to CEC are to the computer to allow devices with CEC control....
DDC
What is DDC ?
Display Data Channel
The displayed channel (DDC) is a communication channel based on the 2 bus profile. HDMI specifically to a device requires that the data channel display, advanced (E-DDC) to run slow, that by the source HDMI to read the data, the E-EDID from the device, the sink, the HDMI can be used to understand how the format of audio/video can have.[5 ]: §§8.1,CEC-1.2–CEC-1.3, HDMI requires that the E-DDC speed standard mode I2C (100 kbps), it runs, and it allows for optional speed mode, fast (400 kbps) to implement it. :< < E > channel is actively used to protect digital content with high bandwidth (HDCP)....
ARC
What is ARC ?
Audio Return Channel
A .R is an audio link that is meant to replace other cables between the TV and the receiver A /r or speaker system. This direction is used when the TV produces or receives video streams instead of other equipment. A typical case is the execution of a program on a smart TV such as oix، but the reproduction of sound is done by other equipment. Without the ARC, etc. the sound output from the TV must be by Cable, another, usually TOSLink or RCA, the speaker system can be driven....
PFL
What is PFL ?
Pre Fader Listening
This acronym is used in audio mixers that when I turn on PFL in the monitoring section of the sound mixer that we hear before entering the Fader....
TRS
What is TRS ?
Tip, Ring, Sleeve
A phone connector, also known as phone jack, audio jack, headphone jack or jack plug, is a family of electrical connectors typically used for analog audio signals. The standard is that a plug (described as the male connector) will connect with a jack (described as female)....
XLR
What is XLR ?
External Line Return
The XLR connector is a type of electrical connector primarily found on professional audio, video, and stage lighting equipment. The connectors are circular in design and have between three and seven pins. They are most commonly associated with balanced audio interconnection, including AES3 digital audio, but are also used for lighting control, low-voltage power supplies, and other applications. XLR connectors are available from a number of manufacturers and are covered by an international standard for dimensions, IEC 61076-2-103.[ They are superficially similar to the smaller DIN connector range, but are not physically compatible with them....
EDM
What is EDM ?
Electronic Dance Music
Electronic dance music (EDM) is electronic music produced primarily for the purposes of use within a nightclub setting, or in an environment that is centered upon dance-based entertainment. The music is largely created for use by disc jockeys and is produced with the intention of it being heard in the context of a continuous DJ set; wherein the DJ progresses from one record to the next via a synchronized segue or MIX...