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MartinDorr

Converter recommendation to get to an optical TOSlink S/PDIF

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Do you mean to convert the coaxial from the HD to optical? If so, there's many of these cheap ones floating around in many forms: http://www.amazon.com/Digital-Coaxial-Toslink-Optical-Converter/dp/B001622FL8. I have one that I used and still use. Never had any problems with it other than it's very cheap. I have things set to output 48kHz, but I do remember trying 96kHz at one time and that also worked. As far as I know, it just stupidly converts the signal without doing anything to it, or looking at it in anyway.

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