Rolls HDC39 HDMI to RCA & S/PDIF Converter

BH #ROHDC39 • MFR #HDC39
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Rolls HDC39 HDMI to RCA & S/PDIF Converter
Key Features
  • Converts HDMI Signal to Stereo Audio
  • Converts HDMI Signal to 5.1 Audio
  • RCA Jacks for Line-Level Stereo Audio
  • Coaxial S/PDIF for 5.1
The Rolls HDC39 is an HDMI to audio converter, useful in pairing your home entertainment system with hi-fi audio gear to complement the video image. It sports an HDMI input, and can convert a signal to stereo RCA outputs for line-level stereo, or S/PDIF for 5.1 applications. It will also pass HDMI signal through to a dedicated HDMI output simultaneously.
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Rolls HDC39 HDMI to RCA & S/PDIF Converter

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Rolls HDC39 Overview

The Rolls HDC39 is an HDMI to audio converter, useful in pairing your home entertainment system with hi-fi audio gear to complement the video image. It sports an HDMI input, and can convert a signal to stereo RCA outputs for line-level stereo, or S/PDIF for 5.1 applications. It will also pass HDMI signal through to a dedicated HDMI output simultaneously.

To use the HDC39 as a converter from HDMI to RCA, set the selector switch to the PASS or CH2 position. In these positions, the unit will pass HDMI signal to the RCA outputs while still passing video to the HDMI output connection. For converting HDMI to S/PDIF, put the selector switch in the 5.1 position. A power supply is included.

UPC: 675889003901

Rolls HDC39 Specs

HDMI Resolution24/50/60 fps, 1080p/1080i/720p/576p/1576i 480p/480i
Color Format24-, 30-, and 36-bit
Maximum Bandwidth225 MHz
Max Baud Rate6.75 Gbps
TDMS SignalInput/Output: 0.5 to 1.5 V p-p (TTL)
DDC Signal VoltageInput/Output: 5 V p-p (TTL)
Max Current Draw500 mA
Power Adapter5 VDC at 1 A (tip negative)
Dimensions3.3 x 2.4 x 0.8" / 8.5 x 6.1 x 2.1 cm
Weight4.8 oz / 135.0 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.45 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)8.2 x 5 x 2.5"
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