The place that an audio signal comes from. A microphone or a tape recorder are sources to a mixer. A mixer can be a source to an amplifier.
Supplier of signals, e.g. DVD player.
The device that supplies the various program segments to a VTR, Editor or Mixer.
A component that originates an audio and/or video signal. For example, a DVD player, AM/FM tuner, or CD player.
Refers to the signal source material or player. For example, source can refer to a DVD player, the DVD being played or the signal output from the player. Sources include, but are not limited to, television broadcasts, DVDs, video tapes and CDs.
usually means a source or giver of electrical energy in a circuit, so it is a general term for something that has an emf. It could also mean the source of a signal, but signal sources also have emf. When current rather, than emf, is important one may refer to a current source, but a source is still a source.
Usually refers to the audio device, microphone, CD player, turntable or tape machine, connected to the input channel of a mixing console or recorder. Also commonly called sound source.
a Device whose mode refines input
a file, stream, or other data input from which Splunk indexes events
This can refer to one of two things. The first is a reference to the source of an audio signal. For example if we plug a CD player into the sound card, then the CD player is referred to as the audio source. However source can also refer to the source code of a computer program.
Input mode on a tape machine where the meters and the output of the machine's electronics will be the signal arriving at the input connector.
A component from which the system's signals originate. DVD player, AM/FM tuners, and VCRs are sources.
An input feeding a signal to a projector.
The signal that is played through an audio or video system. It may be something received over an antenna or cable system or be from an installed component like a VCR, videodisc player, CD player, or audiocassette deck.
The equipment providing a signal to the input of a routing switcher, crosspoint switch, or switching array. See Destination.
The signal that is played through a system. Head units and CD changers are source components.
In the context of the Video Library, a provider of video input signals.
The tape or device from which a video or audio signal originates.
A component from which the system's signals originate, such as DVD players, AM/FM tuners, and VCRs.
A Feedback source provides additional information in determining such things as goal development, employee performance assessment, and follow-up input after a review.
The device, such as a computer or VCR, connected to the projector for display. A source may have numerous corresponding channels defined and recognized by the projector. See Input.
Device that provides signal power or energy to a load.