06.01.2008 08:00 AM
TV One ships analog-to-digital audio converter with delay

The TV One 1T-AP-216 audio converter changes analog stereo audio to simultaneously available SPDIF optical and coaxial digital audio, with sampling at 48kHz. A special feature of the 1T-AP-216 allows the introduction of a 150ms delay into the digital data stream intended to correct lip-sync problems frequently present on HDTV broadcast programming.

Transmission distances of more than 5m (16ft) are possible using the optical output. The coaxial digital output transmission distance is limited by the quality of the cables and sensitivity of the receiving circuitry. The 1T-AP-216 is immune from electromagnetic noise and is easy to install and operate.

For more information, visit http://www.tvone.eu/.



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