• TV Digital Optical Coax to Analog Stereo RCA Audio Converter Adapter 24Bit/192KHz, Includes 6 feet Optical Cable
  • TV Digital Optical Coax to Analog Stereo RCA Audio Converter Adapter 24Bit/192KHz, Includes 6 feet Optical Cable
TV Digital Optical Coax to Analog Stereo RCA Audio Converter Adapter 24Bit/192KHz, Includes 6 feet Optical Cable
TV Digital Optical Coax to Analog Stereo RCA Audio Converter Adapter 24Bit/192KHz, Includes 6 feet Optical Cable

TV Digital Optical Coax to Analog Stereo RCA Audio Converter Adapter 24Bit/192KHz, Includes 6 feet Optical Cable

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  • Converts 2-channel LPCM digital audio S/PDIF Coax or TOSLink Optical signals to analog stereo L/R signals
  • Does not convert 5.1, 7.1 or any other form of surround sound.
  • Includes new Opti-Max 6ft Optical Cable (If you need Coax instead, just advise and we'll replace accordingly)
  • Samples at 32, 44.1, 48, 96 and 192 KHz, 24-bit S/PDIF incoming bitstream on left and right channels
  • Includes 100-240VAC to 6V DC power supply (US/EU standards, CE/FCC/UL certified)

Customer Reviews

It really works!!! This really works! I was sceptical it wouldn't work to connect our older Bose system to our new smart t.v., but it works fantastic! Very easy to set up, just plug and play. I can't thank the makers enough. I thought for sure my surround sound was a lost cause. I now have one happy husband and didn't have to buy a whole new surround sound! Thank you!!!!!! 5Can now use my Head Phones on LG TV I have a LG 42LN5300 that has a "Optical Digital Audio Out" connection. This finally fixed it and now I can use my headphones. If this didn't work I would not ever buy another LGTV. 5Worked like a charm I upgraded to a digital tv and was wondering how I was going to hook my stereo to the tv, as I have always done to watch movies. The new digital tv has no place to plug it rca cables for speakers only. Well I after reading the instruction I found you need to connect with Optical coax, but you also needed to convert analog to digital. That is when I went shopping on Amazon and found several products that would do the job. I choose this adapter because it is small and came with the cables to hook into the tv. After receiving the product it took only minutes to hook it up and it works like a charm. I would highly recommend this product it is like a said small, easy to hook up and works great. Now I am able to watch movies again and listen to them on my old analog stereo. 5Apple TV to TV with DVI as only digital input I needed an optical digital to analog converter to connect a 3rd generation Apple TV to an older Sony 50" LCD that only has analog sound inputs. I read reviews on Amazon for several converters and settled on this one based on reliability. It's a little more expensive ($10-$20 more) than some on Amazon, but included an optical cable and none of the reviews said that it stopped working (reviews of several other lower priced converters mentioned failures after a few months).It was easy to set up and works well, in fact, the volume coming from the converter is better than the volume from our Comcast DVR unit.What took the longest for me to figure out was how to connect the optical cable to the Apple TV -- the Apple TV has a push-in trap door. I initially thought that door was a plug that needed to be pulled out -- turns out the plug was really a swinging door.I had to buy the converter because my Sony TV only has a DVI-D connection for digital input. DVI doesn't carry audio, only video. So I had to use the Apple TV optical audio output and have it go through the converter to RCA jacks on the TV.Because the Apple TV only has an HDMI output and my TV only has DVI-D, I needed a male HDMI to male DVI-D dual link cable. I found that at Amazon, too, NSIcable Dual Link DVI D (24+1) Male to HDMI Male Cable (5 FT). It worked perfectly.If you're in the same situation we were and aren't sure which DVI connection you need, check out the pictures on Wikipedia [...] scroll down the page to see the pictures of all the DVI types DVI-D, DVI-I, single link, dual link, etc.One way to look at it is: it cost us an additional $50 to hook our $99 Apple TV to our existing TV -- the other way to view it is: it saved us $1000 not having to buy a new TV with HDMI. 5Does the Job I wanted to connect the audio from my TV into my "room" speakers, but modern flat-panel TVs generally only supply digital audio output and my amplifier, sadly, was strictly analog. This adapter bridged the gap. I simply plugged in the optical cable (supplied) into the SP-DIF output on my TV into the adapter and then connected the analog side of the adapter to my amp with some RCA cables from my junk box. Had to hook up power too. All in all, took about ten minutes to connect and I had the option of bypassing the wimpy speakers in the TV in favor of the more serious pair of speakers mounted in the ceiling of my den. 5Does not work Does not work and I do not know why. There is no technical support available that I can find. The cost is low compared to the other DAC that I use to make my laptop function as a music server. I should have known--You get what you paid for and in this case IT IS CHEAP AND DOES NOTHING! 1Bummer! Did not work! Optical in was fine from my Samsung tv to the adapter, but could not get any output from RCA's. I'm 7 days outside the return date, so I guess I'm eating it. I work in the tech biz, so I'm confident it's not user error. I had high hopes. 1I love it I bought a new Samsung TV which, it turned out, has no analog audio out, only an optical. My old Onkyo receiver has no built-in DAC, so can only accept analog signals. Run the included optical cable from this DAC to the TV s optical out and switch the DAC to optical, connect a pair of RCA cables from the DAC to the Tape Play of the Onkyo, plug the DAC power cable into the wall socket and into the DAC and . . . beautiful music! I love it. 5WORKS PERFECTLY WITH 2016 SAMSUNG 65" SUHDTV OPTICAL AUDIO OUTS!!! This particular item, the Insignia RCA to OPTICAL adapter, good lord, there is so much feedback on it your head spins. As briefly but thoroughly and plainly as I can say, here's my sitch:Bose Cinemate, 15 years old, fantastic piece of equipment, (stereo mock-surround is fantastic). New Samsung 65" SUHDTV with an OPTICAL AUDIO OUT but no RCA OUTS. RCA INS, which is odd, but okay, I've never had a TV without RCA jacks but this is what is now.So Samsung tells me I need an adapter, and I'm thinking it's a plug attachment that fits on the end of an RCA jack. Nope, it's this box, and it's plainly marked, with audio in and audio out jack holes, and a SWITCH for OPTICAL SOUND, which needs to be switched to OPTICAL to work, I found out. I failed to notice that little switch on the back of it, nothing came out, yanked it all apart and put it back in the box, totally bummed. Then I looked once more and saw that switch, flipped it on, plugged it back in and BANG, BOSE CINEMATE WORKS with my new Samsung TV NOW!!Note: You can get this same Insignia box from Best Buy, only they charge you $20 for the OPTICAL CABLE that COMES WITH THIS!!!Thank you DBroth!! Great work!!!! 5Digital to Analog converter I received my dbtech digital optical coax to analog stereo rca audio converter (phew) really quickly ... like 3 days.The reason I needed it was because I had one of my old stereo receivers and speakers hooked up to my Vizio TV ... when that TV broke (long, terrible story), I got a new Samsung and it did not have RCA analog outputs.When I got the converter, I hooked it up (via a coax cable that I had to buy separately) from the TV to the converter then 2 RCA's (red and white) FROM the converter into the back of my stereo. This did not work and don't ask me why. So then what I did was hook up the coax to the blu-ray into the converter, then the red and white from the converter into the "CD" input of my stereo receiver. THIS WORKED!By the way, the converter came with a FREE 6 foot optical cable (which I couldn't use).So, you may have to buy a coax if you can't use the optical cable.I'm happy with the sound and the product.If you try one, just don't give up trying to get it to work - everything is so complicated these days!Like they say, "plug and ^%$! with it!" 5
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It really works!!! This really works! I was sceptical it wouldn't work to connect our older Bose system to our new smart t.v., but it works fantastic! Very easy to set up, just plug and play. I can't thank the makers enough. I thought for sure my surround sound was a lost cause. I now have one happy husband and didn't have to buy a whole new surround sound! Thank you!!!!!! 5Can now use my Head Phones on LG TV I have a LG 42LN5300 that has a "Optical Digital Audio Out" connection. This finally fixed it and now I can use my headphones. If this didn't work I would not ever buy another LGTV. 5Worked like a charm I upgraded to a digital tv and was wondering how I was going to hook my stereo to the tv, as I have always done to watch movies. The new digital tv has no place to plug it rca cables for speakers only. Well I after reading the instruction I found you need to connect with Optical coax, but you also needed to convert analog to digital. That is when I went shopping on Amazon and found several products that would do the job. I choose this adapter because it is small and came with the cables to hook into the tv. After receiving the product it took only minutes to hook it up and it works like a charm. I would highly recommend this product it is like a said small, easy to hook up and works great. Now I am able to watch movies again and listen to them on my old analog stereo. 5Apple TV to TV with DVI as only digital input I needed an optical digital to analog converter to connect a 3rd generation Apple TV to an older Sony 50" LCD that only has analog sound inputs. I read reviews on Amazon for several converters and settled on this one based on reliability. It's a little more expensive ($10-$20 more) than some on Amazon, but included an optical cable and none of the reviews said that it stopped working (reviews of several other lower priced converters mentioned failures after a few months).It was easy to set up and works well, in fact, the volume coming from the converter is better than the volume from our Comcast DVR unit.What took the longest for me to figure out was how to connect the optical cable to the Apple TV -- the Apple TV has a push-in trap door. I initially thought that door was a plug that needed to be pulled out -- turns out the plug was really a swinging door.I had to buy the converter because my Sony TV only has a DVI-D connection for digital input. DVI doesn't carry audio, only video. So I had to use the Apple TV optical audio output and have it go through the converter to RCA jacks on the TV.Because the Apple TV only has an HDMI output and my TV only has DVI-D, I needed a male HDMI to male DVI-D dual link cable. I found that at Amazon, too, NSIcable Dual Link DVI D (24+1) Male to HDMI Male Cable (5 FT). It worked perfectly.If you're in the same situation we were and aren't sure which DVI connection you need, check out the pictures on Wikipedia [...] scroll down the page to see the pictures of all the DVI types DVI-D, DVI-I, single link, dual link, etc.One way to look at it is: it cost us an additional $50 to hook our $99 Apple TV to our existing TV -- the other way to view it is: it saved us $1000 not having to buy a new TV with HDMI. 5Does the Job I wanted to connect the audio from my TV into my "room" speakers, but modern flat-panel TVs generally only supply digital audio output and my amplifier, sadly, was strictly analog. This adapter bridged the gap. I simply plugged in the optical cable (supplied) into the SP-DIF output on my TV into the adapter and then connected the analog side of the adapter to my amp with some RCA cables from my junk box. Had to hook up power too. All in all, took about ten minutes to connect and I had the option of bypassing the wimpy speakers in the TV in favor of the more serious pair of speakers mounted in the ceiling of my den. 5Does not work Does not work and I do not know why. There is no technical support available that I can find. The cost is low compared to the other DAC that I use to make my laptop function as a music server. I should have known--You get what you paid for and in this case IT IS CHEAP AND DOES NOTHING! 1Bummer! Did not work! Optical in was fine from my Samsung tv to the adapter, but could not get any output from RCA's. I'm 7 days outside the return date, so I guess I'm eating it. I work in the tech biz, so I'm confident it's not user error. I had high hopes. 1I love it I bought a new Samsung TV which, it turned out, has no analog audio out, only an optical. My old Onkyo receiver has no built-in DAC, so can only accept analog signals. Run the included optical cable from this DAC to the TV s optical out and switch the DAC to optical, connect a pair of RCA cables from the DAC to the Tape Play of the Onkyo, plug the DAC power cable into the wall socket and into the DAC and . . . beautiful music! I love it. 5WORKS PERFECTLY WITH 2016 SAMSUNG 65" SUHDTV OPTICAL AUDIO OUTS!!! This particular item, the Insignia RCA to OPTICAL adapter, good lord, there is so much feedback on it your head spins. As briefly but thoroughly and plainly as I can say, here's my sitch:Bose Cinemate, 15 years old, fantastic piece of equipment, (stereo mock-surround is fantastic). New Samsung 65" SUHDTV with an OPTICAL AUDIO OUT but no RCA OUTS. RCA INS, which is odd, but okay, I've never had a TV without RCA jacks but this is what is now.So Samsung tells me I need an adapter, and I'm thinking it's a plug attachment that fits on the end of an RCA jack. Nope, it's this box, and it's plainly marked, with audio in and audio out jack holes, and a SWITCH for OPTICAL SOUND, which needs to be switched to OPTICAL to work, I found out. I failed to notice that little switch on the back of it, nothing came out, yanked it all apart and put it back in the box, totally bummed. Then I looked once more and saw that switch, flipped it on, plugged it back in and BANG, BOSE CINEMATE WORKS with my new Samsung TV NOW!!Note: You can get this same Insignia box from Best Buy, only they charge you $20 for the OPTICAL CABLE that COMES WITH THIS!!!Thank you DBroth!! Great work!!!! 5Digital to Analog converter I received my dbtech digital optical coax to analog stereo rca audio converter (phew) really quickly ... like 3 days.The reason I needed it was because I had one of my old stereo receivers and speakers hooked up to my Vizio TV ... when that TV broke (long, terrible story), I got a new Samsung and it did not have RCA analog outputs.When I got the converter, I hooked it up (via a coax cable that I had to buy separately) from the TV to the converter then 2 RCA's (red and white) FROM the converter into the back of my stereo. This did not work and don't ask me why. So then what I did was hook up the coax to the blu-ray into the converter, then the red and white from the converter into the "CD" input of my stereo receiver. THIS WORKED!By the way, the converter came with a FREE 6 foot optical cable (which I couldn't use).So, you may have to buy a coax if you can't use the optical cable.I'm happy with the sound and the product.If you try one, just don't give up trying to get it to work - everything is so complicated these days!Like they say, "plug and ^%$! with it!" 5
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