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 Post subject: Re: Receivers and other equipments that support AC3RF
PostPosted: 26 Jun 2023, 23:24 
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To be honest, the mkI eyeball is the best way to find if a player is AC3-RF capable or not when searching on-line.

I would easily tell you that most players made from 1995 and later have the AC3-RF output but good luck finding a seller that lists that bit of information on their ebay listing or whatever place you're planning to buy a player from.

Anyway, not sure why you find looking @ pics to be tedious. If a seller provides a good pic on their listing, the AC3-RF jack is easy to spot.
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 Post subject: Re: Receivers and other equipments that support AC3RF
PostPosted: 27 Jun 2023, 07:18 
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madbees wrote:
I'm new to site and wanted to ask, is there a way to search for players that have AC-3 out?


Quick PHP Hack:

=> LaserDisc Players equipped with AC-3 RF Out

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 Post subject: Re: Receivers and other equipments that support AC3RF
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Not sure how it eluded us for so long, but the different variations of the DENON AVC-3800 have AC3RF in!

Denon AVC-3800 (Japan)
Denon AVC-3800 (Europe, maybe also Australia?)

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 Post subject: Re: Receivers and other equipments that support AC3RF
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After all these years, still adding new devices with AC3-RF decoders!

=> Proton AS-2620

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 Post subject: Re: Receivers and other equipments that support AC3RF
PostPosted: 12 Jun 2024, 17:58 
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Cool design :thumbup:.

Video switching built in, Coax Out so it can be used as a Demodulator, a volume controlled six channel analog input (good for SACD & DVD-A), and some interesting bass crossover option (that 80hz and 100hz switch).
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 Post subject: Re: Receivers and other equipments that support AC3RF
PostPosted: 14 Jun 2024, 05:16 
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I did not know Proton was still in business as of 1997, but there it is with DVD input among others. They made a big splash in the USA abound 1988-90, and I will always remember that brand from "Total Recall" (their CRT displays on the subway train). Then, they were gone as fast as they arrived, it seemed.

Hmm, after a quick search I found out they are still in business, maybe only in Taiwan (their home from the start) and China. 4K smart TV sets and more.
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 Post subject: Re: Receivers and other equipments that support AC3RF
PostPosted: 20 Jul 2024, 17:47 
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admin wrote:
After all these years, still adding new devices with AC3-RF decoders!

=> Proton AS-2620

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Still kinda mad that I had to pass this one up. I might not have much use for an AC3 decoder at this time, but it certainly seems like it'd done a decent enough job as a basic preamp until that changed.
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