There are three ways that I can think of:
- Get a D160 (ebay, studio, rent...) and record the tracks via the analog outs into a 16 channel A/D converter onto 16 individual tracks in Pro Tools in real-time.
- Get a D160 and record the tracks via the digital ADAT outputs into a 16 channel (2xADAT) digital interface onto 16 individual tracks in Pro Tools in real-time. If you don't have 16xA/D or 2xADAT inputs, booking a studio for a few hours can help.
- Try to copy the audio files from the hard drive by connecting it directly via a SCSI controller to a computer. This will most likely not work, because I guess that the D160 will have written the data in it's own proprietary format and not in plain WAV files which all start nicely at the start of the song.
EDIT: I just saw the D160 2.0 addendum and it says, that "you can also use a DOS-formatted backup disk to save and load .wav files (RIFF WAVE file format". If you saved this way, you can probably connect the hard drive to a computer and copy the files from there to your computer hardware and import them into Pro Tools easily.