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|AES69-2014||Spatial acoustic data file format|
|AES-R12-2014||Report on AES67 Interoperability PlugFest|
|AES68-2014||XL Connectors to Improve EMC|
|AES67-2013||Networks, Audio-over-IP interoperability|
|AES66-2012||Miniature XLR-type polarity and gender|
|AES65-2012||Connector for surround microphones|
|AES2-2012||Revised Measuring the performance of loudspeakers - Drive units|
|AES-1id-2012||Revised Plane-wave tubes - Design and practice|
|AES31-2-2012||Revised Audio file format for interchange|
|AES55-2012||Revised MPEG Surround in an AES3 bitstream|
|AES64-2012||Networks: Command, control, and connection management|
|AES-2id-2012||Revised Guidelines for the AES3 interface|
|AES59-2012||25-way D-type connectors in balanced circuits|
|AES63-2012||Data connector in an XLR connector shell|
Technical standards are continually being developed under the auspices of the society. Many of them have since been accepted by international standards organizations as the model for their standards on the same material. This activity helps to keep the AES and its members at the technological forefront of the audio industry.