Can a Digi 192 box be used as a standalone coverter?

Discussion in 'Microphones (live or studio)' started by mart1977, Aug 10, 2007.

  1. mart1977

    mart1977 Guest

    Has anyone here used a 192 box as a converter without connection to a computer. Can it do this and pipe audio out the digital connectors to elsewhere?
  2. Cucco

    Cucco Distinguished Member

    Mar 8, 2004
    Tacoma, WA
    Hey there mart1977 -

    I'm sorry, but I don't know the answer to your question since I've never used the hardware.

    However, I just thought I'd point out in a friendly matter that you might not get too many answers to your post since most of the veteran RO guys pretty much ignore a post when they see it in more than one section. You could post it in either DAWs and Computing -OR- Digital Audio Recording but there's no need for both. If you look over to the right ----------->
    you'll see there's this nifty bar which tells us of any new posts and any current posts. Many of us use that as our jumping off point here, not just the individual forums.


  3. mart1977

    mart1977 Guest

    Apologies Jeremy. Wasnt aware of the etiquite here. I posted to the two because they are of the similar topic and my question relates to both. I also double posted because the last few times I tried posting here I got no replies from anyone.... as its even looking like thats gonna happen again! :D
  4. Dosser

    Dosser Active Member

    May 31, 2005
    Nashville, TN
    I'll take a crack at this one. No, you can't use it as a stand alone converter.

    The inputs and outputs are designed to go to and from the computer's installed Protools cards via the Digilink cable, not to each other. So, the A/Ds do not feed to the lightpipe outs directly.
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