Many audio interfaces, A/D and D/A converters as well as other devices use the DB25 type connector to carry 8 channels of AES/EBU. Typically these cables “break out” into XLR connectors (4 male, 4 female) to accommodate individual stereo AES/EBU connections.
The tricky part is making sure you have the right kinda of DB25 connector. There are two standard pin arrangements for DB25 AES/EBU connectors. One is commonly known as the “Tascam pinout,” the other nicknamed the “Yamaha pinout.” While they use the exact same DB25 connectors, the 25 pins are used for completely separate channels. If you connect two devices, one using the “Tascam” pinout the other using “Yamaha,” they simply won’t work together.
Obviously this isn’t a comprehensive list. If you’re not sure what pinout your device uses for AES/EBU DB25, check the manual for a pinout diagram and compare to the diagrams above. If all else fails, feel free to ask us.