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Supports either Bitstream or LPCM Please note this will NOT convert Dolby. Our Digital to Analog Decoder takes audio encoded Digital Signal from your multichannel S/PDIF or TOSLINK digital audio source and converts it to L/R (Red and White Jack) analog audio -- without the need for any other external equipment! Features: - Converts S/PDIF or TOSLINK digital audio to L/R analog audio or 3.5mm Jack for Headphones - Digital interpolation filter and digital to analog converter (DAC) - Supports up to 6 channels (up to 5.1 Surround) of audio encoded digital audio - Frequency response : 44.1 - 192KHz Sample rate 24-bit incoming bit stream on left and right channels - Allows listening to digital audio sources on legacy analog sound systems - Compact and easy to install PLEASE READ ------ 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. PLEASE CHECK THIS BEFORE YOU ORDER. 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. Please check this before you order.
This is the 2nd or 3rd time I've bought one of these units for my Panasonic Viera HDTV. They last 2-3 years and then conk out, which is OK since as others have commented they let... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Robert J. Thomas Sr.
This worked great to allow me to use headphones and a hearing aid adapter on a new TV that only had a single optical out. The amplifier for the headphones works great.Published 3 months ago by Ken Becker
Output from the headphone jack is adjustable with a vol. control, but at the max level it is still too low to drive the input of my Bose radio to normal levels. Read morePublished 5 months ago by S. vineyard
worked as described. no brainer to hook up to laptop with usb or tv with digital cable. Great for headphonesPublished 8 months ago by Murray S.
I use this as an alternative sound card for my laptop (most laptops come with the most basic of sound cards), and it works perfectly. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Gabe
Worked just as advertised. I can use my wireless headphones and not have to put my hearing aids in.The converter, used with the Bluerigger Digital Optical Cable was very easy to... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Ben Crosby
It delivered everything it said it would. I am very happy with the purchase.Published 13 months ago by David Mendez