Unit of electrical potential between two points in space where V=Resistance X Current (V=IR), resistance is in Ω, current in amperes, equal to the force required to produce a current of one ampere through an element having a resistance of one ohm. See Ohm’s Law. The voltage of an audio signal is usually measured in terms of the RMS value of the signal, but sometimes the peak or average voltages are measured. The RMS voltage squared is proportional to the amount of power the signal carries. See also VA.”