If you're like most folks - you have electronic devices that need to be connected and you're not totally sure where to plug all those connectors into which port... can I adapt that DVI plug to go into my HDMI port? Does that Audio Out cable go into the Phono, Auxillary, or Tuner port? Which cable should I use to transfer video from my new camcorder into my computer? And which headphone connection is right for my new Smart Phone?
With this class from Your Technology Tutor, you will gain an understanding of the fundamentals and practical knowledge of the most common cables & connectors. From audio and video connectors, to adapters - learn the most essential info by joining Chet Davis in these video lessons.
Learn some brief, basic but helpful technology foundations that relate to Cables & Connectors. Chet will review the concept of electrical conductivity, the value of shielded cables, and the difference between plugs and jacks.
Chet presents a lesson sharing the most common connectors used primarily for audio: the Phone family (3 different sizes), RCA/Phono, XLR, and Digital Optical. Chet also covers the difference between a mono (TR) and a stereo (TRS) - and where you will find a TRRS connector. We also get a glimpse of the audio snake.
Chet loves to teach...he loves helping others learn, whether it's an artistic technique in video or photography; or a software application or technology tool. Whether you join Chet for a live hands-on workshop or an on-line lesson on Udemy you clearly experience his enthusiasm, his expertise, and his passion for teaching.
Chet 'cut' his teacher teeth with 17 years in the classroom as teacher of a high school Video Technology program in California. He's made presentations at National and Regional Conferences and led hands-on workshops for in 41 US States, 3 Canadian provinces and in Europe (European Schools Program). Chet is listed in two volumes of Who’s Who in American Education and has testified before a Congressional Sub-Committee on the importance of Technology in Education.
When he's not teaching, he enjoys traveling - and producing travel video and photography. He likes playing tennis, snowboarding and mountain biking... and he loves to cook (he makes a mean Chimichanga from scratch).