If I am using 8 Channels of AES, can I use 4 Channels of Coaxial Spidif on top of that, or am I limited to 8 channels?
Yes, you have 16 channels running over FireWire, so that should be possible.
Originally Posted by Metzger
Also, would it be better for me to run clock from the Lavry, or the TC Konnekt?
I'd run the Lavry that actually does conversion as clock master. Always better to let clocks run internally, especially A/D:s (since any jitter in A/D is permanent). During digital transfers it doesn't really matter, as long as the jitter isn't so bad you actually get clocking errors but that shouldn't be a problem.
Originally Posted by velopop
I'd like info on how to get this piece working, too. I can't seem to get the Integrator plug to show up.
Weird. For me it just shows up as a VST in Sequoia and seems to work well when I've tried it.
You don't need the Integrator plug-in (which has not been updated for years) with Logic, you can use Logic's utility I/O plug-in.
The x32 driver is TC Near which has just been updated (June 2013) and is fully compatible with Mountain Lion.
I use Digital Konnekt 32 as router for digital outs of my synths and EFX, not as FW interface (RME is my main workhorse for that).
I really love this box and although I don't know whether they improved on FW drivers for Windows, everything else works smooth and it is more than enough reason to have it.
Does it work glitch-free with Logic DAW now?