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Can I use the ADAT outs on a Studio 192 to provide individual mixes to a HP60? Digital to Stereo Unbalanced

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asked Aug 8, 2017 in PreAmps, Signal Processors and Monitoring Hardware by rguitar78 (500 points)
edited Aug 10, 2017 by rguitar78
I would hope there a 1U sized device that will split out the four 96k channels of each S/PDIF into unbalanced stereo outputs. This way, I can use Studio One to create mixes for each musician while tracking and still allow them to hear the main mix and a click track. To give you an idea, think of the back of a ********* POWERPLAY P16-I where the ADAT is in and the TRS are stereo unbalanced out.

The question is: what gear do I use to split/convert the S/PDIF signal for input into the back of the HP60?

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answered Aug 9, 2017 by butchrichard (131,360 points)
The Studio 192 sport 2 banks of ADAT I/O.  This allow a total of 16 digital channels over ADAT connections at Sampling Rates of 44.1 and 48k.  With SMUX, you will have 8 channels of digital audio over ADAT at Sampling Rates of 88 and 96k.

The Studio 192 also has SPDIF I/O.  This provides 2 channels of digital audio up to 96k Sampling Rate.

You can mix all inputs to all outputs using Universal Control and or with Studio One.