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|5th April 2008, 02:38 AM||#1|
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modifying a commercial receiver for digital output?
i have not found any thread talking about that..
since it seems that licenses are required to purchase and use dsp surround chips with dolby and such on it
i am asking myself, why not use an already existing receiver, and mod it to get digital outputs for all channels?
what do you guys think ? possible ?
most of the recievers on the market out to use the same dsp chips from cirrus or ti nah?
the thing is that a complete receiver with its switchings an in/outs + video switching is a very good thing i believe,
and would save a lot of problems due to switching.
But it still lacks seperate digital outputs wich i need.
just let me know if again, my idea is plain stupid
i don't mind much opening up a harman avr that is worth 3-500$ if that brings me what i need at the end
with some electronic modifications!
thanks for your time as always
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