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AES/EBU, the digital audio standard, officially known as AES3 and also published as part of IEC 60958, is used for carrying digital audio signals between devices. It was developed by the Audio Engineering Society (AES) and the European Broadcasting Union (EBU) and first published in 1985 and later revised in 1992 and 2003. Several different physical connectors are defined as part of the overall group of standards. A consumer variant of the standard, S/PDIF is also available.