- Channel separation is an amplifier’s ability to reduce the leakage of audio signals from one channel to another.
- A radio or any other audio device reproduces sound in different channels, with each channel carrying a distinct detail of the audio.
- Once the detail in one channel leaks into another audio channel, a situation known as crosstalk occurs.
- Cross talk causes distortion of sound and suppression of specific details on the music/audio coming off the radio.
- Measured in Decibels (dB), channel separation determines how much resistance your radio or audio device has to crosstalk.
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