networked DAC

April 2016
Computer Desktop Encyclopedia;Apr2016, p1
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(networked Digital to Analog Converter) A digital media hub that decodes various digital audio formats into analog sound. It connects to the stereo or home theater via RCA or XLR connectors and to the home network via Wi-Fi or Ethernet. See network music player and D/A converter.


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