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OREI DA9 Digital Optical Coax Coaxial Toslink to Analog RCA L/R Audio Converter
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- Converts coaxial or optical digital audio input to analog stereo RCA output
- Supports all popular sample rates including 32kHz, 44.1kHz, 48kHz, 96kHz and 192kHz, at up to 24-bit resolution
- Provides electromagnetic-noise-free transmission
- Easy to install and simple to operate, Light and Small
- Ultra low jitter and high fidelity design
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OREI DA9 Digital to Analog Audio Converter is designed for either home or professional audio switching. Itconverts Coaxial or Toslink digital audio signals to analog L/R audioand available for connection to an external device such as an amplifier via standard RCA-style jacks. This Converter is small in size and quite easy to install.
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Unlike this product (B004C4WPXA and another one of these identical-looking converter boxes, one which emits a loud static noise upon startup, this OREI model makes absolutely no noise at any time.
I had originally bought the model I linked above, and left a more detailed review on that product page, but that's all that needs to be said. This model makes no noise, as if it isn't even there, with any combination of turning your input or output sources on or off. Took me a while to find the one that worked well, but I got my package today and my search was over. This is it. No noise ever. Awesome.
Unit is still chugging along a year later.
There have been a few instances where hissing will fade in and out, but unplugging/replugging it in solves this rare occurrence. I'm ultimately still satisfied.
The unit has started to get slightly noisy. Not nearly as bad as the HISSSSSSSSSS of the other products, though it may get to that point soon.
With the difference in products that have a similar function (like the one previously linked) it could be as simple as the inclusion of a filtration circuit in this unit, which uses at least one capacitor. That said, my speculation is that the internal capacitor responsible for noise filtration is failing. Could be wrong, I'm not an electronics engineer, but I think it's a semi-safe bet.
This unit has been powered on every time I use my home computer (heavy computer user ~6-7 hours/day) and seeing how it has lasted several years, I am still ultimately pleased with the purchase price, as it was pretty inexpensive ($17 or $18 IIRC) and if it is just as simple as a failing capacitor, could even be repaired. Heck, I might try to replace the capacitor just as a project, and if I bust it, who cares?
After receiving the unit and hooking it up, I was happy to learn that the reports from other users were true. No hiss or loud noises upon start up to speak of, and it works well.
A note to other shoppers,
Make sure whatever device you plan to use with this converter supports PCM stereo output before ordering. This unit doesn't have the ability to decode a dolby digital 5.1 signal, and therefore won't work when fed one. It's intended use is to convert a PCM digital stereo signal (...2 channels...) into an analog stereo signal. Buy with that in mind, and enjoy.
I have a hearing loss and in order to enjoy TV and understand the dialogue I needed to turn up the volume. The problem is, that the sound is then too loud for others in the room. So I bought a pair of wireless headphones with a module that connects to the audio out and transmits the sound to the headphone. I wanted the headphones and TV speaker to work at the same time but also enable me to mute the TV and still hear through the headphones.
My new TV did not have audio out except a headphone 3mm plug but when plugged in would mute the speakers. I tried the audio out from the cable box but there was a delay which made it unacceptable.
My TV did have a Toslink digital audio out, however. This small black box converted the digital signal to analog and I plugged in the headphone adaptor and it solved the problem, instantly. Now all sound out of the TV is also sent to the OREI DA9 regardless of the source. So I can also hook-up my Amazon Fire TV box and it works as well through this method.
I couldn't be happier.
As others have noted, make sure the TV is only outputting Left/Right stereo audio (no surround sound). You should also check the settings of your DVD/Blu-Ray player and anything else attached to the TV and make sure surround-sound is turned off on everything.
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