I have a Yamaha LS9-32 mixer and I'm getting a new sound card for my PC to interface with the mixer.
From the Yamaha LS9-32 User Manual:
2TR IN DIGITAL jack
This is a coaxial jack that inputs a stereo digital audio signal in consumer format (IEC-60958). The signal input from this jack can be patched to any input channel.
<-- This is the coaxial S/PDIF in on the Yamaha LS9 mixer.
I was looking at this sound card with an S/PDIF out.
<-- This is the coaxial S/PDIF out on the potential sound card.
- How well does this type of interface work between a (low end) PC sound card and a "prosumer" mixer (Yamaha LS9-32).
- Would I be better off
sound card's RCA out --> direct box --> mixer?
- Does anyone have any experience with this?