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Old 2nd January 2004, 11:50 PM   #1
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Default Better than using a resistor as I/O converter

I found this article in Glass audio,it says it sounds better than using a resistor as I/O converter.But I donīt understand how it works,what is the +1.25 and the -1.25 where is input, B+.
Anyone can explain this to me?
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