What the differences between midi audio and digital audio?

Answer 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 »

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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 »

How do you convert a coaxial digital audio cable into the red and white analog audio cables If so, quality?

If you're using cable/satellite box, DVD player or game console you should make the connections directly from these equipment to the surround system. You may need additional A/V switches to connect... Read More »

If you use a digital optical audio cable do you need to use the standard audio cord as well For surround sound?

Digital optical audio cable can carry data to decoder-enabled devices in a few formats; Dolby DTS is one of many such formats. Some of these can carry surround sound. Besides, optical is digital, ... Read More »

Convert analog audio to digital audio?

An analog input voltage (or current) would be sent to device called an analog-to-digital converter (ADC or A/D). It is then converted to a discrete number and either processed or stored.In practica... Read More »