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Old 03-29-2017, 12:50 AM
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Default Mirror Analog and Digital out HD Native + OMNI

Hi everybody,

I cannot Mirror the Analog and Digital out on my HD Native + OMNI.

I am trying to feed the TC ELECTRONIC Clarity M via SPDIF as well as use the analog out 1+2 for my speakers.

Any tips welcome. I have searched forums and tried various settings in the Hardware set up but no joy yet.

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Old 03-29-2017, 01:24 AM
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Press control while selecting output, it'll create mirrored output. Marked with a plus sign. Can also be done on setup window
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Press control while selecting output, it'll create mirrored output. Marked with a plus sign. Can also be done on setup window

Thank you for your reply but my Monitor settings seem to over ride the Output choices in the MAIN tab.

If I disable my Monitor outs then I can do what you say. But then no sounds come out of the speakers. The Monitor path only allows me to use one pair of outputs. So I set these to Analog 1+2.

When I return to the MAIN tab Monitor 1-2 is the only option and I cannot control click anything else.
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My bad, I didn't know Omni had this limitation. I have only used other HD interfaces, which allow every option I can think of
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My bad, I didn't know Omni had this limitation. I have only used other HD interfaces, which allow every option I can think of
I don't think you can. I ran into this same thing. Can't the clarity work over usb? Probably the way to go.
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