raintheory Posted February 1, 2007 Report Share Posted February 1, 2007 (edited) This looks promising...Haven't tried this myself, but might well be worth a shot if you have some extra portables lying around that you don't mind hacking:“Here’s a very trivial S/PDIF transmitter hack for portable MiniDiscs and other digital audio devices lacking S/PDIF output.The S/PDIF transmitter runs from +5V, 44kHz 16bit input at 384xfs, is set to consumer mode output, and doesn’t transmit any COPY bit (copyright protection disabled). The board can be connected directly to a PC motherboard, or via a Toshiba TOTX173 to an optical cable feed, or with a small transformer to a coax line.”http://users.tkk.fi/~jwagner/electr/minidisc-spdif/The MiniDisc reference/instructions are about halfway down the linked page. Edited February 1, 2007 by raintheory Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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