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TOPIC: 2x4 + MiniDIGI stack analog and digital output?

2x4 + MiniDIGI stack analog and digital output? 7 months 1 week ago #46679

Hi everyone,

I have a MiniDSP 2x4 + MiniDIGI stack.
I have two digital sources coming in to the MiniDIGI beeing switched by a simple physical switch.
The selected signal is send to the MiniDSP and devided into High/Mid + Low Frequencies and send from the analog outputs to my amps.

Now I need to add another "listening zone". I would like to have the MiniDIGI output the unprocessed incoming signal to it´s digital output, so I can use that signal to feed an amp for outdoor speakers.

Is that even possible? I tried to use the loopback mode but I got no audio. Is the loopback mode only for testing purposes? Can it be used to output the unprocessed signal at the same time as the output from the MiniDIGI to the MiniDSP via I2S?

I´m out of ideas so any help would be highly welcome.

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2x4 + MiniDIGI stack analog and digital output? 7 months 1 week ago #46680

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Hi, according to a diagram I drew up years ago, you can set the SPDIF to output the input signal after SRC. The correct jumper setting should be in the manual. The diagram is in this article - www.hifizine.com/2011/09/digital-direct-minidsp-stack/
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