Digital Coax and Optical Audio to RCA Stereo Audio Converter with Digital Loopout Function
Digital Coax and Optical Audio to RCA Stereo Audio Converter with Digital Loopout FunctionPI Manufacturing's digital coax and optical audio to RCA stereo audio converter is used to convert digital audio to analog audio signals. Used with applications such as older televisions or other electronic devices that do not have digital audio inputs. Take your digital audio device (such as a DVD Player) and plug in your digital audio (S/PDIF) connection into the converter box. The other end of this converter box will have an analog output that goes into your television or any analog input device. This converter also features the option for a digital loopout. This option would allow you to connect to another analog input device. An example would be to connect a home theater system or extra speakers to go along with your television.
- Converts digital coax and optical audio to RCA stereo audio
- The converter is a DAC (Digital to Analog Converter), allowing for audio signal conversion with no degradation, and supporting variable sampling rates for maximum fidelity
- With no signal or signal format error LED indicator
- 2 inputs: digital coax or optical audio
- 1 output: RCA stereo audio
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Digital Coax and Optical Audio to RCA Stereo Audio Converter with Digital Loopout FunctionConverter type: D to A converter
Digital input type: coaxial and optical
Supports digital audio format: LPCM
Input impedance: 75Ohms
Minimum load impedance: 10K ohms
Loopout function: available
Frequency response: 44.1 to 192KHz sample rate
DC input connector: 5.5 x 2.1 x 9.5mm
DC input voltage/polarity: 12V/center positive
by Shimon on 2016-06-16
This is the first time I'm dealing with any kind of optical audio outside of a DVD or CD player. So I didn't know quite what to expect. Together with POF-TT-PS-2M, (a 6-ft "TOSLINK" cable), this tiny little box converts the optical signal to analog audio / RCA output so my ancient receiver can take the signal from the TV and push it through the big speakers. I cannot detect any degradation of the sound, so as far as I'm concerned, it does a perfect job. The TV didn't have RCA OUT ports, just this optical audio / TOSlink. Problem solved!
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