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Innoo Tech**Digital to Analog Audio Decoder Converter - Transfer the DTS/AC-3 Digital Signal and Stereo(R/L) Audio Signal into 5.1 Analog Output


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  • Brand Name: Innoo Tech

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  • Shipping Weight: 11.2 ounces
  • ASIN: B008QQIOBM
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #181,922 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: July 30, 2012

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Silences00 on November 6, 2012
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One word, AWESOME!!! I'm so glad I found this decoder and surprisingly it worked beautifully. I've been searching for this kind of decoder to be used with my 8 years old expensive DD 5.1 creative labs computer speakers and subwoofer. I almost convinced I had to throw them away and buy a whole new set of speakers. Fortunately this decoder brings life back to my speakers. It is fully functional as it advertised from decoding DD5.1, DTS, AC3 and etc with all seperate individual channel, Front left, right, rear left, right, center and subwoofer. It also allows two optical toslink inputs, great for swapping back and forth between TV and blue ray. This device by no means can replace a $300 receiver with all the fancy custom controls, but for $60+ accompany with old high quality speakers, watching football on TV to gaming on xbox to movies on blue ray is certainly more immerse and enjoyable

For those who are skeptical, so was I. It was too good to be true and $60 can be steep to take the leap of faith. I have done my due diligence and read many many reviews and also checked out ebay, quite a large number of people claimed it doesn't work. But after checking out youtube and seeing how it performed, I was convinced. Now that I installed it, I am completely blown away by the sound output this device delivers. Furthermore, I have thoroughly tested this decode with various method, with various media files, and media setup on different players to ensure it truly decode and deliver true 5.1 output. I can simply see how this decoder didn't work for a lot of people. It can be easily screwed up with simple mistake and setup. This can range from incorrect setup to wire configuration to source of the cables to source of the video or music files. Even the decoder itself can be confusing to operate.
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By Ben Z. on January 9, 2014
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I own a set of Logitech Z-5300 speakers. They've served me well for years, but were limited by only one connection to an audio source. My office set up includes a PC and Xbox 360, and I wanted surround sound from both devices. For years I used pass-through audio from my 360 to my PC, but the effect was never satisfying. So I was faced with the prospect of buying a new set of speakers, buying an amplifier+speaker combination, or coming up with some other option.

I did try using an external USB 7.1 sound card, but had problems with distortion from the optical input source. I started reading about Digital to Analog audio converters, but was very nervous about the concept. There are several different brands out there, and in almost every case, there were negative reviews which made me uncomfortable. After reading reviews of several versions, I settled on the Innoo Tech's offering, and I haven't regretted the decision yet.

I have both my Xbox and my PC connected to the device using the optical inputs, and I have been testing the audio from both devices. I've tested DVDs, mp3s, video games, and various formats of movie files, and so far it is the best alternative I have found to paying for a new set of speakers in order to get surround sound.

In my reading other product reviews of D=>A converters, I had seen some people complain of "audio lag," where the video and audio doesn't sync up perfectly. In testing, I have only noticed the behavior with media that I already knew did not have perfect audio/video sync (such as YouTube videos of TV shows recorded with a capture card). For material that I know is in perfect sync, I have not been able to detect any audio lag.
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By Rick W. Cable on February 24, 2013
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I don't have a lot to say about this unit except that it works and it does what it is supposed to do. I purchased two of these to get audio out of my Apple TVs. Works!
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Having an older home theater system with a stand alone decoder wasn't an issue until I got a new flat panel TV. Then it became obvious my unit was unable to handle the higher data rates of today's audio.

I purchased this as a replacement and it just plugged in and took the place of a stereo sized decoder. It works well, the only negative is that periodically there is a tick like you would hear on an old vinyl album. I plan on playing with the data rates from the TV to see if this will correct the tick. Otherwise the sound is clear and has excellent imaging and frequency response.

The blue LEDs are a bit bright in a dark room, but I just turned it so they don't shine directly into my face.
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