Hi, I'm finding that as I migrate my studio more and more to the digital end of things, I'm picking up more and more equipment with word clock BNC connectors. The problem is, some have an IN but not an OUT, so how do I chain all of them together if I want to use one clock source (as I understand I'm supposed to)? Is there such a thing as a clock splitter? Something that has say, one BNC connector IN with four or more BNC word clock OUT connectors? Maybe even BNC 'Y' cords? I am using an RME Digiface sound card and digital breakout box which I was intending to use as the clock source. I'm also using a Frontier Designs Tango 24 interface, a Focusrite MH-442 DCA card in a Focusrite ISA 428. To patch them all together, I'm using an M-Audio Digipatch unit. Part of the reason for that is to be able to route the output from a TASCAM DA-88 and DA-38 directly into my computer without exiting the digital domain and without having to re-wire everything when I want to switch routings. Each of the TASCAM TDIF-1/ADAT converters has a word clock IN but not OUT. Neither does the DA-38 .... so I don't see a way to "daisy-chain" all of these devices together using one source clock. The other question is, which of these devices would work best as the main clock source? Does it matter? I have two Aardvark Q10 interfaces as well. I know I'm going to sell one but I may keep the other if it behaves itself when it gets a new neighbor (the RME). I have heard that Aardvark has excellent word clocks. Or, do I even need to synch everything via word clock? Any suggestions?