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Audio Isolation Networks

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Passive networks designed to transmit signals between certain terminal pairs (ports) but not between others may be termed -isolation networks.- The desired isolation is obtained by providing multiple paths of transmission, so that signals following an undesired path cancel. Audio applications of this principle including stereo matrixing are illustrated.

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JAES Volume 8 Issue 2 pp. 132-134; April 1960
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