OK...as I am going through this "wonder" that I call re-wiring my studio using a patch bay, I have found one cable that I would like to have made that I am a bit unclear about how to design. It is the cable that goes from my mixer's headphone output (1/4" stereo) to my headphone amp. Currently, I am just using a single TRS cable to a TRS jack on the *front* of my headphone amp. Now that I have added the patch bay, I would love to get rid of that ugly wire sticking through the last 1 space opening in my rack, and into the front of the headphone amp. Plus, I am planning on filling that last remaining 1 space hole with a pair of RNC compressors. Now on the back of the headphone amp, there are some other "main ins", but they are separate Left and Right inputs (either TRS *or* XLR). So now to my questions: How can I go from a stereo TRS jack to a pair of left and right TRS or XLR ins? How do I wire this so that I can still get true stereo separation? I guess I could get/make a Y-cable that goes from TRS Stereo to mono 1/4" jacks, that would be fairly easy, but not balanced (which I guess would be OK...). This would be by far the easiest solution, and I know how to do this...but if I wanted the cables to be balanced, or if I wanted to go into the XLR jacks...how would this work to still get stereo? Thanks!