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No, it is powered by a usb connection and has no on or off switch.
By George Stott on 05 October 2014
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Shouldn't be a problem, I used it to connect my LG LED TV to a Sennheiser wireless headphone unit via optical out to avoid automatically muting audio thru built in speakers if connected via 3.5 jack.
By Amazon Customer on 03 August 2014
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mine came with gold plated rca sockets, but bear in mind that it was bought 2,5 years ago, so can't be sure for any changes since
By Antonis Gkolois on 21 May 2014
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Cannot tell. Not experienced user for that. But can ensure this converter works. It is working on my TV since ever.
By Amazon Customer on 02 January 2015
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I have one of these and I'm very pleased with it. As far as I'm aware it will work at any speed UP TO 192 Hope this helps.
By BarryP on 12 November 2014
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Either way you would still need an amplifier to drive your speakers unless the speakers have an inbuilt amp. Mine is used to drive a Topping headphone amplifier from the TV's optical output.
By Parsonic on 08 January 2016
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I use this little unit on my computer to convert the signal to optic for the amp, with the right connection it should work for you.
By stew on 28 August 2015
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That Mac mini's headphone jack is filled with surprises. The 1/8-inch audio jack is both an analog headphone jack and an optical digital output. It detects what you 've connected and feeds it the appropriate signal. (Please confirm your particular model has this feature in your owner's manual or on Apple's website, but… see more That Mac mini's headphone jack is filled with surprises. The 1/8-inch audio jack is both an analog headphone jack and an optical digital output. It detects what you 've connected and feeds it the appropriate signal. (Please confirm your particular model has this feature in your owner's manual or on Apple's website, but I 'm fairly certain every Mac mini ever manufactured does.) But you 'll need an optical cable plus a special 1/8-inch adaptor for it. (The adapter can be purchased together with the optical cable or separately if you already have an optical cable handy or you can even buy a dedicated optical cable that terminates with a mini plug on one side. Search Amazon for "mini toslink adapter".) (And don't forget to go into OS X's Audio MIDI Setup after you 've connected everything and select the bitrate/bitdepth appropriate for your use, to get the best possible sound from the device...) see less
By agakritikos on 03 March 2015
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We used this to put tv sound directly through the stereo, and the difference is amazing!
By Mrs. L. A. Quinlan on 08 September 2014
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Hi there. I'm afraid not FiiO have stopped making this. They can be plugged into any USB plug to act a a power source.
By EA Audio on 23 March 2015 SELLER