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Old 02-28-2008   #4
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Default Re: active shielded vs non-active shielded cables

I believe it is some kind of impedance compensation network. I have to chuckle when I go to the MIT website and see a photo of the box, with an adjustment knob that shows "Articulation" and the two extreme positions are "More" and "Less"

Originally Posted by rolexdaytona View Post
I figured that. What is in the "box" of MIT cables and Transparent cables?
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