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What Is Analog Output

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Analog output of sound card is connector pass signal in analog ("as into nature") form to amplifier or active speakers (speakers with built-in amplifier).


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1. Line output is sound card out with signals standard level (250 mV).

Usually sound card has two mono line outputs (used as stereo) or one stereo.

For playback 5.1 and 7.1 records some cards have 6 to 8 ouputs (include LFE/subwoofer output).