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is it possible to send output to a DLNA device?

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i was wondering if it was possible to assign the audio outputs in Pro Logic 9 to a DLNA device such as the Pioneer VSX-822? and if so how would i be accomplished?

Logic Pro, OS X Mountain Lion (10.8.2)
  • Eriksimon Level 6 Level 6 (10,395 points)

    Wow. Just assign Logic to any available output of the onboard Mac audio or, better, a dedicated audio interface and then connect a physical cable from this output to any of the VSX-822 inputs. It appears to have enough of those.

    I don't know what the USB connection is for, but if it has a built in audio interface via USB these outputs should show up in Audio MIDI Setup, meaning you can select these directly as the outputs for Logic in Logic Pro>Preferences>Audio>Devices>Coreaudio. However, my experience with these type of ports is that they're only there to hook up mass storage devices (e.g. external HD)

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