digital-to-analog converterdig·i·tal-to-an·a·log converter
A device that converts a digital signal into an analog signal, especially into an electrical signal whose voltage reflects the digital values. Digital-to-analog converters are commonly used to convert digital media for playback on analog devices, such as speakers, headphones, and older televisions. Also called D/A converter.
(plural digital-to-analog converters)
- (electronics) A device that converts a finite resolution digital signal to an infinite resolution analog signal.
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