I'll second the slow-to-unreliable bytecc rebates. And they seem to sell a ton of stuff free after rebate. They probably make up the product cost on the time value of your money as they sit on it for months on end.
I'd think twice about trying for a rebate through Bytecc. I submitted one last Memorial Day and first they had the wrong address for rebate submission. After I called them and got the correct address, I resubmitted the rebate again. After waiting a couple of months, I called them and they had lost my rebate submission. I told them that I'd report them to Frys if they didn't honor the rebate because they seem to sell many items through Frys. I'm sure they wouldn't want to lose Frys' business. I submitted the rebate again through email and finally got the rebate. It was one of the worst rebate experiences I've had.
I had bytecc rebates come back OK, so I bought it. Still not sure what i'd use it for. Maybe it's good for when your PC or amplifier is already using all of its analog line-ins. Or if your cable box has HD video output, but no digital audio, and you want to connect it to your a/v receiver correctly.
It has Cirrus Logic chips inside, so the signal conversion should be pretty good.
AC Power supply makes it bad for a car PC, don't do that.
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