How to Convert an SPDIF to an RCA Stereo
SPDIF is a digital audio cable that transfers a signal from two different devices (such as a stereo and audio receiver or television). However, many electronic devices do not have an SPDIF connection port, in which case you must convert the digital signal to a widely used audio connection, such as RCA, an extremely popular cable connection used on televisions, DVD players and stereo systems.
Things You'll Need
- SPDIF cable
- SPDIF-to-RCA converter
- RCA cable
Insert the SPDIF cable in the device you want to convert to the RCA connection.
Plug the opposite end of the SPDIF cable into the SPDIF end of the adapter. Make sure the cable is inserted completely to ensure a secure audio transfer.
Connect the RCA cable to the RCA port on the adapter.
Plug the opposite end of the RCA cable into the device to which you want to send the digital audio signal.