Cinch

Cinch,
 
verbreitete Norm für koaxiale Stecker. Bei Cinch-Steckern befindet sich der Signalkontakt in der Mitte, die Masse außen. Sie werden vorwiegend für niederfrequente analoge Audioverkabelungen im Hi-Fi-Bereich verwendet, aber auch bei der digitalen S/PDIF-Schnittstelle (S/PDIF) sowie im Videobereich. So sind hochwertige Videorekorder meist mit einem sog. Cinch-AV-Eingang ausgestattet (z. B. für Überspielungen von Camcordern).

Universal-Lexikon. 2012.

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