What is a digital audio jack?

Answer A digital audio jack serves the same purpose as an analog audio jack, only it transmits a signal that is digital (1s and 0s) instead of analog (waveform).

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How does one add a headphone analog audio out jack to a stereo TV which has only 2 tiny weak speakers and only a coaxial digital audio out orange RCA type jack?

You would have to purchase a Digital to Analog converter and connect the SPDIF (orange RCA connector) to the D/A converter's digital input via a RCA/SPDIF cable. Then you would have to connect some... Read More »

How audio input jack covert to audio output jack?

If I understand the question, you are trying to intertwine different functions. Like your ears, the audio input jack receives an audio source, while the audio output jack transmits outputs audio co... Read More »

What the differences between midi audio and digital audio?

MIDI is not audio. MIDI is a series of commands such as on, off, volume, decay, etc. MIDI controls audio, but is not audio. Digital audio is audio made out of 1's and 0's (binary code). It's a digi... Read More »

What is better hdmi audio or digital optical audio?

HDMI and optical are both physical carriers for data. Whatever signal is put onto the cable or fiber will come out the other end and will be identical quality. The quality of the signal is entire... Read More »