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Sewell Digital to Analog 5.1 Dts/ac-3 Decoder Surround Sound (Toslink/coax to Rca)
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- Support for digital DTS, Dolby AC-3 audio signal source decoding, the output of 5.1 or 2.1 channel analog audio signal
- Support for analog stereo (R / L) audio signal is decoded, the output of 5.1 or 2.1 channel analog audio signal
- Multi-channel signal input, one-button switch, convenient
- 6 RCA (RCA) output, 5.1 or 2.1-channel analog output, one-button switch, power and memory saving
- 24-bit audio DSP, 96KHZ/24bit ADC and DAC digital processing chip
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Need to break out your 5.1 surround toslink/RCA digital audio into analog RCA connections? This high-end converter breaks it out for you with zero audio loss. Toslink and RCA Coax Digital SPDIF to RCA Analog There are a lot of A/V players out there (Blu-ray players, DVRs, Cable Boxes, video game consoles, computers, media boxes, etc.) that feature either toslink output or digital RCA output (known as SPDIF or RCA Coax). These digital signals that have the 5.1 surround sound channels embedded together can be separated out into multiple RCA connections for an audio receiver or sound system that takes analog RCA rather than optical or RCA digital. Superior Quality This device specializes in one thing: separating out your 5.1 surround sound from a combined toslink or digital RCA connection. Since we focus on only one task with this converter, we've made sure that the fidelity holds true to the original sound production.
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Like many other buyers or prospective buyers, I recently purchased a new flat screen TV. But the only audio output was a digital optical port; it did not have standard RCA-type Left and Right audio outputs (typical of many new flat screens today). I have a 20+ year old receiver that I'm happy with but it did not have an optical audio input, and I did not want to buy a new receiver, so I purchased this unit.
The instruction sheet is rather bare, doesn't really tell you how to hook it up, concentrates more on specs. However, set up is easy. It came with a 3-4 ft. optical cable that I connected to the TV, then to this unit. It needs AC power, so I connected the power adapter to an AC outlet. Finally, I connected RCA-type cables to the FL (Front Left) and FR (Front Right) outputs on the unit and then connected them to the receiver. There is no power button so as soon as the power adapter is connected to AC, the unit is on. There are multiple input sockets so I had to push the S button (Source, I assume) until I got sound out of the receiver, as I had the optical cable connected to OPT 1. The sound was good, but a little soft. However, I was only using the output of 2 of the 6 outputs the unit provided. There is a button for 2.1/5.1 and when I pressed that button, the sound doubled in volume, equivalent to other sources I use on the receiver.
Positives: Good sound quality, comes with its own optical cable, multiple inputs and outputs
Negatives: Not much really. The optical cable is only about 3-4 ft. so you have to position the unit close to your TV if that's what you're using (or just buy your own cable). And no power switch so the unit is always on unless you disconnect the power cable.
One other thing. I connected the power adapter to the AC outlet on my VCR which is in the same entertainment center. Fortunately, there is a front panel switch on the VCR to make the rear AC outlet either Switched or Unswitched. So even with the VCR off, when I want to use this unit, I move the switch to Unswitched and there's power to this unit. When I want to turn this unit off, I just move the switch on the VCR to Switched and that cuts the power to the AC outlet and this unit is then off. Works for me!
The only issues I've had in the set up have been related to the iTunes software, dealing with switching from stereo to surround. But that's an internal problem in the mac, nothing to do with this interface.
As far as I can tell, the quality of the sound is wonderful. I can't find any signs that I'm listening to a lesser quality audio.
And that is one of the great uses for this device: it will resurrect a surround sound amp, using the 5.1 analog inputs, bypassing a burned out DSP board (a common failure on some surround amps).
The device works without a hitch. Works with coax output from my computer (just 2-channel) and with the optical output of my one DVD player and the Coax output of my other DVD player.
Only suggestions to improve it:
1. Power off/on switch
2. Lower intensity LEDs (they're blindingly bright)
3. The 5.1/2-channel selector push-button should have an indicator LED so it's easy to tell what mode it's in.
4. For anyone who may have a short-wave radio in the vicinity, this device puts out an incredible amount of RF interference. Unplug it if you want to listen to the 80-meter ham band.