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Xonar SC 1.3 Can Not Connect My Amp I Have Read Th Instructions In Th Manual I Have Not Got A Toslink Input Connection I Purchased An Anologue To Digital Converter & A Toslink Cable

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  • kezkeg Apr 20, 2011

    I Think You Did Not Understand My ?
    I Want To Connect My XP Sound :( Mod XP 201 Phono Preamp) It Is A Analog Stereo Amp,
    Which Has L&R RCA Outputs I Don't Know Where To Connect It
    I Have An Analog To Digital Audio Converter Digitech (Mod AC-1611 It Has Stereo RCA Inputs
    & Toslink & Coax Outputs

  • kezkeg Apr 21, 2011

    There Is No Analog Input On Th Card.
    If I'm Wrong Describe It Or Where It Is
    Or What Type Of Connection

  • kezkeg Apr 22, 2011

    The Sound Card I Was Talking About Was The One In My PC
    (Xonar 1.3)
    Where Do I Connect My Amp,
    I Ca'nt See An Appropriate Input

  • kezkeg Apr 22, 2011

    Dear dunnbiker.
    I Have Got Sound Thanks Very Much

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You don't name your amp so I have to make some assumptions that it/they does not have digital input capability.

No biggie. The Xonar DOES have both coaxial and optical digital audio out AND 8-channel (7.1) analog output. If you're dabbling in multichannel your unnamed control center SHOULD accept at least one of the former and the might accept the latter, sometimes called something like multichannel in or external converter in. Many do.

One point of using digital audio is to eliminate medium-caused abberations that are common in the analog world. Switching from digital-analog more than once in the chain WILL introduce artifacts so it is best to minimize those conversions.

http://cpumall.com/pc/viewPrd.asp?idproduct=18972&idcategory=122

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  • David Dunn
    David Dunn Apr 20, 2011

    Thos would be the FIRST time the Mod XP 201 Phono Preamp was mentioned. It's a simple analog preamp.

    Its ANALOG output goes to the Sound card's ANALOG input.
    http://www.melbpc.org.au/pcupdate/2209/2...
    http://www.djzone.net/pg/0208/nw020804.s...

    I see no mention of a toslink being allowed or even necessary.

  • David Dunn
    David Dunn Apr 21, 2011

    Which card or device are we talking about this time? You said (yesterday) you see analog and digital connections on the Digitech (" Analog To Digital Audio Converter Digitech (Mod AC-1611 It Has Stereo RCA Inputs & Toslink & Coax Outputs").

    Something like, say, the phono preamp, could use the analog set.

    My $.02... use a minimum amount of d/a and a/d conversions between the source and your ears or there will be anomalies and excessive loss of detail.

  • David Dunn
    David Dunn Apr 22, 2011

    We're still ping-ponging here. First the Xonar, then the Mod XP 201, now the Xonar. Perhaps yours is a variant as I see a lot of Xonar SC-HDAV 1.3 but not a Xonar SC 1.3.
    http://www.superbiiz.com/detail.php?name...

    ..says>>>

    Analog Output Jack: 8x RCA jack
    Analog Input Jack: 1x Line-In/Mic-In 3.50mm mini jack
    Other line-level analog input (for CD-IN/TV Tuner): CD-In, Aux-In (4-pin header on the card)
    Digital S/PDIF Output: Coaxial and High-bandwidth Optical Combo Connector; Supports 192KHz/24bit
    Digital S/PDIF Input: Coaxial and High-bandwidth Optical Combo Connector; Supports 192KHz/24bit(Shared with Line/Mic In)
    HDMI Input/Outut: 1x HDMI1.3 - In/Out Type A

    The Phono preamp you introduced has analog outputs. AND it has a combo coax/optical digital audio connector. WHAT more do you need?

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