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Old 03-25-2019, 01:46 AM
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Default Simutaneous analog and digital outputs on HDX + IO 8x8x8 ?

Hi All,

Sorry if this question has been asked before, but i couldnt find the specific answer to the available simultaneous outputs for the HD IO 8x8x8.

I am trying to use 8 of the digital AES/EBU outputs on the Digital IO as well as the Analog balanced outputs on the interface at the same time for a total of 16 discreet channels.
I was wondering if there are any issues with using both the analog and digital outputs at the same time, or would pro tools have any limitations if the outputs are mixed.

Again sorry if this is a very basic question and hope someone can shed some light before i purchase the HDX card and IO.

Thanks,
Mike
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