RCA Voltage and type questions
ok, I have some quesitons about RCA outputs on blu-ray players, etc. it may seem like dumb questions, but well, I don't know so I'm going to ask anyway.
I think voltage out in the pro-audio world from mixers etc, into amps is 1.24 volts or so?
I think voltage out in the consumer audio world is around 775 milivolts?
First, are the above statements correct?
Is the output of the consumer audio rca jacks AC or DC?
And how does it get the freequancies to go across? Is it like just the wavelength of the signal? For example, the wall plug in my home is 120 volts 60hz. So lets pretend it was 775 milivolts instead of 120 volts, if I ran that current into an rca jack, would it then play a 60hz note (I'm not going to do this, I am trying to wrap my head around how all this works).
Sorry if this seems silly or dumb, but I'm curious.