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TOSLINK to SPDIF ?!?

I have a SONY DAT player with a TOSLINK output. I want to feed a TC Electronic USB soundcard KONNEKT 24 with Digital Out from the DAT, but the KONNEKT 24 has a SPDIF input. How can I connect the DAT to the KONNEKT ??

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Hi, check on ebay for toslink digital converters(radio shack),
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