Tips for Audio and Video Jumper

- Jul 18, 2018-

The audio patchbay is essential in professional audio systems. Whether it is a studio or a sound reinforcement system, after the audio patch panel, the entire signal flow will become very clear and clear, and the wiring system is clean and tidy. The line is easy. Whether it is daily maintenance management and sound quality improvement of the entire system is very obvious. Next, we will introduce the connection methods of three commonly used audio jumpers.

1. Full loop mode

The connection method is a serial structure in which the upper row (output) and the lower row (input) of the audio patch panel are internally connected when no jumper plug is inserted. When the jumper plug is inserted into the upper row, the signal output is obtained, and the audio patch panel is internally disconnected from the lower jumper socket. The signal can be input by plugging the jumper plug into the lower socket. At this time, the signal will not be connected to the upper socket.

2. Semi-loop mode

The connection method is a parallel structure, and when no jumper plug is inserted, the upper row (output) and the lower row (input) of the audio patch panel are internally connected. When the jumper plug is inserted into the upper row of sockets, a signal output is obtained, and the signal is also connected to the lower jumper socket. The signal can now be obtained in parallel by the upper and lower sockets. Connect the dummy plug to the lower socket to prevent the signal from being connected to the lower socket. The signal can be input by plugging the jumper plug into the lower socket. At this time, the signal will not be connected to the upper socket.

3. Double loop mode

When no jumper plug is inserted, the upper row (output) and the lower row (input) of the audio patch panel are internally connected. When the jumper plug is connected to the upper row of sockets, the signal output can be obtained, and the signal is also connected to the lower jumper socket. The signal can now be obtained in parallel by the upper and lower sockets. Connect the dummy plug to the lower socket to prevent the signal from being connected to the lower socket. When another jumper plug is plugged into the lower socket, a signal can be input. Please note that the signal is now connected to the upper socket at the same time. To prevent this from happening, a dummy plug can be connected to the upper socket.

 

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