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Converts TOSLINK digital audio to L/R analog audio
Digital interpolation filter and digital to analog converter (DAC)
Supports up to 6 channels (up to 5.1 Surround) of audio.
Allows listening to digital audio sources on legacy analog sound systems
Supports either Bitstream or LPCM Please note this will NOT convert Dolby
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Digital to Analog Audio Converter Easily Convert Toslink optical to Analog Stereo Audio (Red and White) Jacks. We make
it easy with our Digital to Analog Audio converter to take a digital signal and convert it to play on existing audio and
video products that don't offer Digital inputs. Easily Convert audio to L/R analog audio -- without additional costly
equipment! Supports either Bitstream or LPCM Please note this will NOT convert Dolby. Our Digital to Analog Decoder
takes audio encoded in Digital from your multichannel TOSLINK digital audio source and converts it to L/R ( Red and
White Jack ) analog audio -- without the need for any other external equipment! Specifications: Inputs: Optical digital
audio port Outputs: Right and Left RCA-type Stereo analog output ports Digital audio format: Two Channel Linear Pulse
Code Modulation (LPCM) Power Supply/Power Consumption: 6V DC Included Please note installation cables are not included.
Note: This a one way directional digital to analog converter. Questions and Answers Q. Will this device convert Dolby
Digital? A. No it will not convert Dolby Digital but on a lot of products you can change the settings. Let me explain.
The most common problem we have seen is a change in setting on your device your trying to decode. As advertised this
device converts LPCM is Linear Pulse Code Modulation, which is a method of encoding audio information digitally.
Sometimes we have seen that customer have their systems set to Dolby Digital. This setting must be changed on the device
your trying to convert. Most of DVD players and other devices support LPCM or other setting. You need to get into the
menu of the device and adjust Dolby Digital to LPCM or other by using Remote control in most cases.