Originally Posted by commsysman
The Toslink signal cannot be simply "split".
There are inexpensive DACs that will convert the optical signal to analog (RCA).
Exactly what do you want to connect to what?
Why don't you just take the analog signal from your PCs 3.5 mm speaker output jack? (you can split that easily also)
I use that to feed my Audioengine 2 powered speakers and it works well.
Thanks for the reply. Running analog signal from PC is really not an option given distance and location.
This is the situation. I have an avr-1913 by denon and I have it set up to power my ceiling speakers using zone 2. The receiver can only use analog signals for zone 2 -- thats a model limitation.
So, I'd like to "split" the signal into 1 digital for zone 1 (receiver has both Toslink and SPDIF) and an analog that I can feed into the aux input to run content from the PC into zone 2.