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FiiO D3 (D03K) Digital to Analog Audio Converter With Micca 6ft Optical Toslink Cable - 192kHz/24bit Optical and Coaxial DAC

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  • Converts coaxial or optical digital audio input to analog stereo output over RCA and 3.5mm mini jack
  • Supports all popular sample rates including 32kHz, 44.1kHz, 48kHz, 96kHz and 192kHz, at up to 24-bit resolution
  • Cirrus CS8416 digital receiver chip
  • Switch selectable coaxial or optical input.
  • Comes with Micca 6ft optical Toslink digital audio cable.
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: FiiO-Micca
  • Model: D3+O

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 2.5 x 1 x 2 inches ; 4 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 7 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B005K2TXMO
  • Item model number: D3+O
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (964 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank:
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: August 31, 2011

Product Description

Comes with Micca brand 6ft optical Toslink digital audio cable.

NOTE: The FiiO D3 only supports PCM audio signals and does not support Dolby, DTS, or other surround sound signals. Therefore, it is important that the digital audio output of your device defaults to or can be set to PCM/LPCM output. Otherwise the sound output will be noise/static.

The FiiO D3 is a quick and easy way to convert digital audio output into high fidelity stereo analog sound. It is ideal for interfacing between modern digital audio/video devices with analog amplifiers or self-powered speakers. The D3 works with any playback source with an optical (Toslink) or coaxial digital audio output. Here are just a few of the devices supported:

- Digital TVs and HDTVs
- CD, DVD, Blu-Ray, and HD-DVD players
- Apple TV, Google TV (Revue)
- Game consoles: PS3 (All), XBOX 360 (Slim)
- Satellite/Cable receivers and DVRs, TiVO
- AV Receivers and Integrated Amplifiers
- Digital media players and streamers

Feature Highlights
- Built-in high-performance phase locked loop (PLL)
- WM8805 ultra low jitter digital receiver
- Supports up to 192KHz/24bit audio signal
- Optical and coaxial inputs with selection switch
- 2 channel standard stereo RCA output
- Indicator for digital receiving status (LOCKED)
- MINI USB power supply port (AC adapter included)

What's in the box
- FiiO D3
- AC power adapter
- User's manual

Specifications
- Power supply:DC 5V
- Output amplitude:1.6V(0dB Fs)
- Frequency Response:20Hz~20KHz
- Signal to Noise Ratio: ≥90dB
- Crosstalk: 75dB
- Total harmonic distortion: <0.01%(10mW)
- Size: 61.6mm×49.1mm×21mm
- Weight:50g

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

The company and product were excellent however, and we appreciate their customer service.
Sandy
I connected the converter to my (LG) digital TV and to my analog ( Bose) system and it has provided excellent surround sound!
juan perry
This device works perfectly by converting the digital (optical) output from the TV to analog stereo.
ocabrera

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

140 of 142 people found the following review helpful By Kurt Doerr on September 22, 2011
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Was able to plug the Toslink cable from my Apple TV and into my stereo via RCA jacks. Keep in mind two things: 1) It requires a power outlet for the AC adapter (included); and 2) if you're using Apple TV, be sure to set Dolby Digital to "OFF" in the settings. The sound was perfect! Highly recommended.

***Update March 16, 2012: Works with the new 1080 Apple TV.
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155 of 166 people found the following review helpful By Never pay retail TOP 1000 REVIEWER on November 4, 2011
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I was dismayed to discover that my new TV (LG 55LW5600) does not come with the Analog audio out RCA jack needed for my fancy wireless external speaker system. I thought I was a genius when I found I could hook it up through the cable box...until I learned that the analog audio feed on my external speaker was now out of sync with the digital audio of the TV set. The store where I bought my TV said I was simply out of luck since they have phased out the jack I needed from all the new TVs. Then I found this little device. I was concerned it would not work after reading this warning "NOTE: The D3 does not support Dolby, DTS, or other surround sound signals. Therefore, it is important that the digital audio output of your device defaults to or can be set to PCM/LPCM output. Otherwise the sound will be static." I simply could not determine compatibility from reading the manual from my TV but I rolled the dice and ordered it anyway. First I tried it in the cable box and got nothing but static. But when I plugged in through the optical audio out on the TV-presto! Crystal clear sound in perfect sync with the TV. No guarantees it will work with your particular TV set but for me it was perfection. Ten stars, twenty thumbs up couldn't be more pleased!!!!
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43 of 45 people found the following review helpful By Tamas Demjen on December 20, 2011
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This is a very good device, as long as you understand what it does. It is a digital to analog (stereo) audio converter. It is not capable of decoding surround sound. No 5.1/7.1/Dolby/DTS signal, only 2-channel stereo. YOU CANNOT USE THIS TO PLAY DVDS ON AN XBOX.

I bought it primarily to play my Xbox 360 slim via a computer monitor that supports no sound, so I have to use a separate audio cable in addition to the HDMI. Unfortunately Microsoft crippled the RCA cable so that it blocks the HDMI connector, so I can't get both audio and video in my setup.

One solution is this FiiO box, which converts optical audio into plain RCA. In order to connect a headphone, you still need a cable that is male RCA on one end, and female headphone jack on the other. Such a cable is easy to get anywhere. You also need an optical toslink (fiber optic) cable, which is included in the product.

Here's how to use this device with the Xbox 360 slim:
- In the Xbox, go to Settings / System / Console Settings / Audio / Digital Output, choose Digital Stereo.
- Remove the protective plastic caps from both ends of the fiber optics cable. Plug one end to the Xbox, the other one to the FiiO.
- Flip the FiiO switch down (optical mode), connect the power adapter and the headphone.

You'll be able to play games, but not DVDs. The problem is that the FiiO box is unable to deal with surround audio, and all you'll get is loud noise. I never play DVDs on my Xbox, so I can live with it, but make sure you understand this limitation before you buy. If all you get is noise while playing games, you haven't set up the Xbox correctly, you need to switch it to Digital Stereo, instead of Dolby.
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29 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on January 1, 2012
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I purchased an LG LED LCD TV, and it doesn't have analog audio output jacks. All it has is optical. I received a sound bar as a gift, and of course it has analog input jacks so I couldn't connect it to my TV. I initially hooked up the soundbar to the analog output on the cable box, but as mentioned here in another review the picture and sound were out of sync - which is extremely annoying. This converter solved my problem - AND the audio sounds better. The convert has a 'coaxial' and 'optical' switch on it - I set to 'optical' and everything worked. The instructions say to 'set the TV to PCM' which concerned me as I didn't see anything about PCM in the TV user manual, but I didn't have to do anything special with the TV at all.
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31 of 34 people found the following review helpful By PqP on February 3, 2013
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I bought a new TV (Panasonic VIERA) and discovered that I need a converter to reconnect to my existing sound system.

I bought this one. Worked fine. Was very happy with it. Then after a few weeks the thing went bad, produced distorted sound. I got another one. Same story. Finally it dawned on me that it was permanently powered up. So I tried disconnecting the power feed, letting it cool off. And then it went back to working OK. Now whenever I wanted to watch TV I had to first go and plug in the USB power cable; when I was done watching, I had to go and unplug it. I was a slave to this overheating $25+ piece of junk.

Enough is enough. I shopped around and bought an Orei DA21. Seems to be a superior product. It automatically detects whether input is optical or co-axial (the FiiO requires you to set a switch); in addition to the RCA outputs, it also has a 3.5mm headphone output; and the sound it produces is louder and clearer. For the time being it certainly outperforms the FiiO.
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Well, it's now been a bit over 2 weeks that I'm using the Orei. Awesome improved sound (compared to the FiiO). Moreover, it's been permanently plugged in and no sign of overheating or misbehavior (by now the FiiO would require being unplugged and allowed to cool).
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