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Just because someone got upvoted on reddit, that doesn't mean it isn't total and complete nonsense. OK lets get one thing clear from the start. S/PDIF and USB are simply data transports. In reality they have absolutely nothing at all to do with audio, they are just ways of getting data from one place to another. That data might be related to audio, and in ...


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Connecting optical ADAT to optical S/PDIF will not work (just because the connectors look the same doesn't mean the digital formats, ADAT and S/PDIF are compatible) If you choose to connect the S/PDIF in/outs it will work, but not the way you expect: you can only use the 2x2 S/PDIF input/output channels, i.e. none of the real input channels. You can't get ...


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You might be able to output your DAW (Ableton here) directly to your broadcasting software. Some software have this ability natively. If not, you can try Soundflower for Mac, or Jack on Windows. These programs will allow you to route one software's audio to another. In your DAW select the routing program as the output, and in the broadcasting software, ...


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Let's assume that what you call 5.1 Dolby is Dolby Digital (aka ac3 codec). That is what your receiver expects. 1 - Any s/pdif interface can output ac3 bitstream (it is part of the standard). 2 - As you want to output the ac3 bitstream, you shouldn't worry about the decoding in the interface. 3 - No 4 - I don't know You must in any case check that the ...


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The send is (probably) the Tip and return (probably) the Ring on on TRS splitter cable, something like this: http://www.swamp.net.au/swamp-insert-cable-y-cable-trs-to-2x-ts-1m.html


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