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Old 5th June 2009, 09:27 PM   #291
rokoko is offline rokoko  United States
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I know that this was already discussed here.
I found another way to get the full rez. audio from my DV139, it is an HDMI to SPDIF converter:

They claim that this would strip the full rez audio from HDMI and get it to SPDIF with no down conversion and down grading.

Is any one is familiar with this device?
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Old 22nd June 2009, 03:56 PM   #292
rokoko is offline rokoko  United States
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HDMI audio stripper idea did not work for me.
I am going back to focus on “S/PDIF (WM8804) Receiver Module” from the and wire it in to my DV139 player.

My question is, if I want more accurate clock, I assume that Receiver Module has the regular one, not the low jitter, should I also use the “Metronome ASRC Module with 24.576MHz Crystek” and how to connected it?
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