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8341a + 7350 + Tc Impact Twin

coimbra, modified 4 Years ago.

8341a + 7350 + Tc Impact Twin

Youngling Posts: 1 Join Date: 7/29/17 Recent Posts
Hi! 

Just ordered the mentioned setup (2x 8341a + 7350 + GLM 2.0 kit) mainly for mastering on a 55m3 room, and since i'm on a budget, was wondering if there is any cheap (and no compromises) way to connect my TC Impact Twin (Spdif or Toslink) to the setup via AES/Ebu conversion. 

Any guidance? 

Thx in advance! 
bane, modified 4 Years ago.

RE: 8341a + 7350 + Tc Impact Twin

Padawan Posts: 40 Join Date: 6/11/09 Recent Posts

Hello, congratulation for your 8341s, I also planed to purchase them soon. I was used Hosa CDL-313 S/PDIF to AES/EBU converter for that job, great robust box. Since I change my audio interface and buy Apogee Symphony I/O with AES/EBU in and out, I don't use it any more...