D/A converter

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D/A converter

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According to GaGe, the CG4800 is a high-speed, 14-bit, four-channel digital-to-analogue conversion (DAC) board which can be used as an arbitrary waveform generator, a stimulus device, or for generating multiple communication frequency bands.
Unlike some other docks, the DS9 handles all the digital-to-analogue conversion of the audio, meaning your i-Device is essentially a portable hard drive, which you'll soon realise is no bad thing.
For its part, the set's SAA2502 audio source decoder is described as supporting 'all' DAB modes and incorporates audio processing (with volume control) and digital-to-analogue conversion units.
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