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AES/EBU, short for Audio Engineering Society/European Broadcast Union, usually uses Canon (XRL) for connection. It adopts a balanced interface (110Ω); its peak voltage is about 8V, and its transmission distance can reach to hundreds of meters if approriate cable is used. AES is the AES3-1992 Standard: “Serial Transmission Format of Digital Audio Data, Linear Represented by Dual Channel”, EBU is the digital audio interface standard, EBU3250, which defined by EBU. Both of them have the same content, so they are called by a joint name: AES/EBU digital audio interface.