|Dec 12, 2012, 12:42 AM||#1|
Stanton T92 Turntable Digital Output to iMac connection
I have a Stanton T92 Turntable that I would like to connect to my iMac (Mid-2011 Edition) so that I can listen to some records.
My turntable has a coaxial digital output as seen here:
I am aware that I need an optical mini-plug for the back of my iMac such as this:
but I am confused on which converter I need to connect to my turntable.
I need to buy either a
Coaxial to Optical Digital Audio Converter
Optical to Coaxial Digital Audio Converter
Which one is the correct one?
Also, do I plug the toslink mini-plug into the audio line in jack and then configure the sound settings?
The other option: Could I totally by-pass the digital input/output and just connect a Y-cable splitter from turn turntable to the iMac?
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