- Model Number: D07
FiiO D07 Advanced Digital to Analog Audio Converter - 96kHz/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 and 96kHz, at up to 24-bit resolution
- Decodes Dolby and DTS signals for excellent compatibility with modern HDTVs.
- Switch selectable coaxial or optical input.
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- Digital TVs and HDTVs
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- 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
What's in the box
- FiiO D07
- AC power adapter
- User's manual
- Power supply：DC 5V
- Output amplitude：2V(0dB Fs)
- Frequency Response：20Hz~20KHz
- Signal to Noise Ratio: ≥90dB(A)
- Crosstalk: >80dB
- Total harmonic distortion: <0.007%
Top Customer Reviews
I learned the hard way why I needed the DO7 which is why this review is important.
Many people have flat screen tv's that have only a digital optical output. For many folks, they have the need to convert this signal to analog composite cables so they can use their analog amplifiers, sound bars and wireless headphones.
Here's the important part:
Refering to tv audio signals, they come two separate ways. If you have a satellite dish or are receiving tv from a cable company, you only need the less expensive DO3 model of this converter box.
HOWEVER; if you are receiving your tv from an outside antenna, you will find that the DO3 converter will not pass that audio through. The reason is that the tv broadcasters are providing 5.1 Dolby Digital sound on the digital channels received from over the air antennas. What the DO7 converter box has which the other one does not have is a 5.1 Dolby Digital decoder circuit built-in to this new upscale box. So the DO7 converter will do all the DO3 will plus decode the 5.1 material all of which will wind up on the other end of the box as composite cable with analog audio signals.
**One item that can be used instead is if you have a modern 5.1 Dolby Digital receiver (or better) which many people do have as part of their entertainment system. All of these receivers should have an optical cable input which the receiver should be able to decode with it's own built-in decoder. So the choice really is using a 5.1 or better receiver or using this little converter box.Read more ›
The sound is excellent, with open mids, powerful bass, and no glare.
The D07 will accept Coax or Optical inputs via a small switch on the same panel with the RCAs out. The D07 doesn't automatically detect which type of digital input you're using, so setting the switch correctly is necessary or you'll have no sound. Once you've done that, it's plug 'n play. Prevailing opinion is that Coax sounds a little better than Optical, but I didn't compare them.
If you just have one component to convert to analog, it's a cost effective solution. Recommended.
I did not experience any clipping or noise issues or issues with audio levels. I haven't used it for a long time yet but I've not had an issue with it loosing sync and dropping out either. It does exactly what I wanted it to do. Also, because it is USB powered and my TV has unused USB ports, I'm powering it from the TV rather than the included USB power plug. (Makes me wonder if the others that experienced problems had power source issues.)
If you play audio through the TV speakers and the converter at the same time, you can just barely perceive a delay introduced by the converter. I don't think this is an issue with the converter but just the nature of digital audio. You would never be able to notice the delay relative to the picture. I can't think of any reason to use both sets of speakers at the same time, so to me this isn't an issue.
If you have a similar problem (new TV, old amp), this is a good place to start.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
After several failures with other units that did not have Dolby decoding, I purchased this slightly more expensive model with Dolby decoding. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Marsh
I abandoned surround sound systems for late 70's monster receivers and speakers about 3 years ago. A DAC served me well until I ditched over priced cable for streaming and... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Carbona Not Glue
works great just as advertised. I bought it to hook an older stereo with rca jacks to a new LG TV that has Dolby digital optical sound output. .Published 7 months ago by Grumpy
Very happy with this product thus far. NO complaints, it performed as expected. Also, very surprised with the prompt arrival in view of selecting the least expensive delivery.Published 7 months ago by Herman Schulze
Nice little box. I like to listen to Pandora internet radio over the stereo in the living room and this allows me to connect the orange Digital Out from my Sony BD to my stereo. Read morePublished 8 months ago by DnA
I am one of the countless people who bought a HDMI TV without checking to see if it had analogue rca outputs. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Amazon Customer
was looking for this and could no get in SG, helped me link up with my older sound system!!Published 10 months ago by Colin
Does exactly what it says if you pay attention to what it's supposed to do. This converts digital (fiber optic) TO analog (RCA), not the other way around. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Daniel