Avid DigiLink Adapter - DigiLink (F) - MiniDigiLink (M)

DigiLink Female to Mini-DigiLink Male Adapter
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Avid DigiLink Adapter - DigiLink (F) - MiniDigiLink (M)
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Connect Your HD Interface!

This DigiLink female to Mini-DigiLink male Adapter fits the male end of any full-sized DigiLink cable. If you want to connect your Legacy Pro Tools HD interface (192 IO or 96 IO) to a newer HD device such as an HD IO, HD Omni, or HD Native core card using a full-sized DigiLink cable, then this is the adapter you need.

Avid DigiLink Adapter Features at a Glance:

  • Connections: DigiLink female to Mini-DigiLink male

  • Use: To connect a legacy HD interface with a newer HD interface or HD Native core card using a full-sized DigiLink cable

Tech Specs

Manufacturer Part Number 9940-61928-00

Customer Reviews

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Don't get too confused with the adapters and the regular DIGI LINK cables. Keep in mind that symphony i/o or a rosetta 800 with an X-HD card (or Lynx LT-HD card) would need a male MINI DIGI LINK adapter going to A FEMALE DIGI LINK. Then you would get a regular DIGI LINK which is male to male and you would connect one side to the adapter (remember on HD NATIVE cards the ports FEMALE so you want THE SMALL ONES MALE think of it this way - the guy is the smaller one the girl is the bigger one :) so you connect the small male to the hd native card or if you DSP inclined HDX, then you connect the FEMALE DIGI LINK to a regular MALE TO MALE DIGI LINK Cable which would go from the adapter to the X-HD, or LT-HD, or 192 I/O, or symphony i/o or Rosetta, etc. I hope this clarifies the situation. Believe me, I was so lost thinking about something so simple. Its these little things that can get to ya. hang in there. I sincerely hope I did not confuse anyone here. I had to go to my symphony i/o to double and triple check the cables and adapters. NEWS FLASH - HEY AVID DON'T SWITCH THE SIZE OF THE CABLES!!!!!!
Music background: music hermit

GREAT CABLE to use HD Omni with 192 I/O

This cable allows me to keep using our 192 I/O as an 8 channel Headphone OUT with the HD OMNI. I was told you couldn't use the OMNI and the 192 I/O but that was a bad rumor. Avid simply DOES NOT SUPPORT the 192 I/O any longer, but it still works with our Pro Tools 11HD with this nifty little cable.
Music background: Recording Engineer, Pro Musician
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