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GLM.SE in conventional home cinema

jonathan-s, modified 12 Years ago.

GLM.SE in conventional home cinema

Youngling Posts: 22 Join Date: 5/2/09 Recent Posts

I'm very interested in using five 8130A with an SE7261A in a conventional home cinema setup with multiple sources. I know not many receivers have multiple stereo-paired digital outs that's needed, so how should i go about in connecting it all? I realize i could use an AD9200A somehow, but the extra DA/AD step seems unnecessary/pricey.

I thought about getting a cheap soundcard with ADAT for a HTPC and using ADAT->AES/EBU to connect it all. Would that work?

Any ideas?
jkramer, modified 11 Years ago.

Re: GLM.SE in conventional home cinema

Youngling Posts: 1 Join Date: 7/4/11 Recent Posts
Very nice your idea works well, I about to connect it all with ADAT->AES/EBU and it works. The only thing I need is a cool setup for my home cinema design, thanks a lot guys.
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