I'm looking to replace the supplied breakout cable (25 pin d-sub to 8 analog female RCA jacks) with a cable that has MALE RCA jacks, so I can route it directly to my pre-amp without having to use an extra interconnect. I've found examples of TASCAM and FOSTEX ADAT cables that have 8 stereo male RCA jacks to 25-pin connections, but I can't tell whether they would work for this purpose. (I think they're typically used for multi-track digital recording, which is what the Delta 410 is designed for anyways). The pin-out design for TASCAM DB-25 connector can be foundhere. I checked M-Audio's website and I can't find a spec on the cable other than the fact that it's a 25 pin d-sub. Any bright ideas? As much as I'd like to support the interconnect business, a single breakout cable with male RCAs would be much cleaner. Thanks.