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MuxLab Digital Audio 5.1 Channel Converter
MuxLab says its its new 5.1 Channel Converter takes digital audio and re-formats it to standard left/right analog audio.

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The Digital Audi Converter 5.1 Channel device from MuxLab (part number 500081) can be setup for use in residential and commercial A/V systems.
November 30, 2012 By CI Staff

The Montreal-based company MuxLab manufactures a variety connectivity solutions for electronics professionals in the A/V, security and medical imaging markets.

The Skinny: MuxLab’s latest product is its new Digital Audio Converter, 5.1 Channel (model number 500081) which is designed to take a multichannel audio signal and scale it down to a two-channel analog audio signal.

The Specs: According to the Canadian company, the unit incorporates TOSLink and S/PDIF inputs and it can be used with its line of mounting accessories. Once the unit is installed the company adds, it will take the digital audio signals from source components like Blu-ray, DVD and CD players that don’t incorporate analog outputs and convert them to analog so those source components can be used with analog-based audio systems.

Solutions: MuxLab says the converter can be used in classrooms, boardrooms and in residential environments.

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