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Simple Spdif I/o Setup For Macbook Air
Recently bought a new MacBook Pro (early 2008 model) and Logic 8 upgrade Have just realised the headphone and mic sockets double up as optical i/o!! This got me thinking, it would be really handy to able to send a digital signal from my MPC1000 which has spdif (coaxial). This would mean buying something like the M-audio CO2 to convert from coaxial to optical. MPC1000 spdif out CO2 spdif in (coaxial cable) 2.
CO2 optical out Macbook Pro (toslink cable + optical minijack convertor) Have searched high and low on this for a week now but come up blank. Would this work??
Simple Spdif I/o Setup For Macbook
Any reason not to do it? Are the optical i/o's on the MBP up to the job?? Am I barking up the wrong tree??