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Old 09-30-2021, 06:56 PM
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Default Need help getting audio into AVID through Adrenaline HD expansion box

I recently moved my office and labeled all of my cables but I must have done something wrong. I have a Mackie Mixer 1402-VLZ mixer and I'm trying to get audio from my sound booth into my AVID system through the Adrenaline breakout box. When it was working in my old office, I ran the audio out of the Mackie Mixer using 3/4" plugs to the S/PDIF RCA jacks on the back of the expansion box. I have tried changing out the cables but I'm not getting audio from my sound booth. I can see/monitor the audio coming from the sound booth on the Mackie Mixer but it's not getting into the AVID. Any suggestions?
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