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That's really interesting as thAt I've felt from beginning with apple that 
the audio hw apex were built in but undocumented to minimize whatever risk 
that info might have been to apple.  I just put the Line 6 adapter on my 
suggested Xmas list to my family and it seemed the cam adapter plus 
powered USB hub would do the trick to getting to my Tqscam USB audio 
interfaces.  That investment btwn that and tha line 6 is minima but 
compared with 200 for the Alesia unit, this is a very affordable option,  
Dennis thx or passing along the YouTube how to.

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On Dec 17, 2011, at 4:54 PM, Matthias Grob <matilists@gmail.com> wrote:

> On 16 Dec 2011, at 12:15, Dennis Moser wrote:
>> But I stand corrected on one count: the Alesis ioDock does not appear
>> to do ANY conversion. While the 30-pin connector DOES carry a digital
>> audio signal (that's what makes it possible to use an HDMI connection
>> to have Hi-Def A/V) apparently the ioDock is using ONLY the analog
>> audio signal. Still haven't' found a definitive answer/source for
>> that, but that's the conclusion I'm getting to on what I'm finding.
> hm... yes, most iPad audio adapters even work on the 3,5mm mic input
> strange that I could not find any adapter that goes with the 30pin
> other than the alesis which is a bit pricy if its really just a mic 
> preamp and a usb-midi interface
>> I suppose that technically you could grab the digital signal off the
>> right pins if you knew how to design the hardware & software to do
>> it…that's a bit beyond me, tho'!
> well, since the USB and firewire wires are on the 30pin, any standard 
> audio interface could be adaptable
> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VFQ6vjhASww