Hello Is there a way in which the kX mixer can be linked with my PC's HDMI-out connector? I'm trying to set things up so that I can view old videotapes on the TV which (in addition to my monitor) I've got connected to my desktop PC. The video signal is grabbed from the tape via the S-video input on a PCI capture-card connected to the VCR's S-video output, whence it finds its way to the TV screen via the PC's HDMI output. Using MPC as player, this works quite well (though not altogether without problems). The audio (for which the capture-card has no driver) is fed into my Audigy soundcard's line-in jack. The level-meters in the ADC plug-in register the signal which the DSP routes via MX6 to the WinMM recording-out connectors of k2lt. I'm able to monitor the audio over my stereo speakers (plugged into the Audigy's rear-speaker jack), but these are not positioned for TV sound (they're for listening to music from elsewhere in the room). What I really want is for the audio to issue from the TV's own built-in speakers, thus matching the audio with what's going on on the screen. For this to happen would appear to require that some way be found to link-up the kX DSP and my PC's HDMI audio driver, the controller for which is integrated into the PC's Intel Z68 chipset's south bridge. Sounds like a tall order Is it possible?