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I look behind the box, and it shows me inputs 3-4 and in front, inputs 1-2.

Then I look at the manual and it says:

"The FIREBOX is the most powerful recording interface of its size, with the ability to record and playback six inputs and eight outputs simultaneously at 24-bit/96K sample rate"

So, how do I get the six inputs? What do the six inputs mean?

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by matthewgorman on Wed May 13, 2015 12:51 pm
The last 2 inputs can come from the S/PDIF connection.

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by esaruoho on Wed May 13, 2015 1:23 pm
matthewgorman, thanks for your response.
Is there some way of using a regular analog input and converting it to S/PDIF?
Like, a third party hardware solution?

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by mrpicholas on Wed May 13, 2015 1:29 pm
Any preamp with a SPDIF output should work. Unfortunately, many of them will cost more than your Firebox, even with just one or two inputs.

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