What is a digital optical output?

May 14th, 2010 by dvdxplayer 1,187 views |Comments Off

At the back of DVD player after a corner-type terminal, the upper marked OPTICAL, this is the optical output terminal. Fiber connection can achieve electrical isolation, to prevent digital noise transmitted through the ground, helping improve the DAC (digital analog converter) and SCR (S / N). But the fiber-optic connections to the signal transmitter and receiver through two conversions, which will produce jitter error, thus affecting the sound quality. Fiber-optic lines are commonly used plastic materials, quartz and glass, of which the best performance of glass fiber-optic lines, but expensive.

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