What does a digital audio decoder do?
Digital audio decoder is a computer program (in case of software) or a device (in case of hardware) that can decode audio easily. Currently, manufacturers offer additional RCA jacks in a digital audio decoder which provide more channels of analog audio for the purpose of front channel bi-amplification.
What is a Dolby Digital decoder?
A Dolby Digital® decoder is a device which decodes signals sent in the most popular format for digital surround sound. The most common version of this format involves five individual surround channels plus a separate channel for low frequency sounds carried by a subwoofer.
What is optical decoder?
13.1 INTRODUCTION. Optical decoding entails detecting an optical signal and retrieving (or demodulating) binary coded information from the received modulated lightwave based on one of the three coding techniques discussed earlier: • Detecting optical amplitude level if amplitude-shift keying (ASK) is used.
What is surround sound decoder?
Dolby Surround decoder. Expands the sound using a method optimized for the layout of the installed speakers. It produces the extended surround sound optimized for your speaker system. A real acoustic space (including overhead) will be created especially when object-based audio (such as Dolby Atmos content) is played.