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  • Very well done!!!

    By konane, at 9:58 AM

  • perfect Join Straight Force (JSF) the Choirs, Expensive Fox Recording Sound n Video (HDTV), i wonder how good the sound if played on your home theater (using S/PDif cable)??? is it like Heaven n Earth different? because using very2 cheap soundcard creative PCI 128 the sound so perfect this is a sample of excellent sound quality like audiophile recording.

    By sysp34, at 5:28 PM

  • An HDMI 1.3a connection would be even better! :) (Better than S/PDif) That's because HDMI supports true bitstream connections with no conversion from source to destination.

    By Todd, at 11:10 PM

  • wow HDMI 1.3a connection i believe it would very2 crystall clear, is it Chief? well i don't have any experience using S/PDif since the cable hard to get in here and long time ago i have experience using an optic cable for DVD to Yamaha amplifier with DTS 5.1 i forget the model but there are heaven n earth different the sound was very2 crystall clear

    what kind of you amplier chief just currious with audio, is there any "best buy price vs technology" for amplifier and speaker reference

    By sysp34, at 3:07 PM

  • S/PDif is an optical cable. They are the same thing. The two other ways you can have a digital connection is a coax connection (RCA plug) and HDMI.

    HDMI is the best, because it can pass the highest resolution images and audio in a single cable, and then I personally think coax is next best for audio, followed by optical. If I have a choice between optical and coax, I always go coax.

    I like Pioneer receivers and Atlantic Technology speakers.

    By Todd, at 6:19 PM

  • ops.. i see just found some source about hometheater and there are several audio connection Digital Coaxial (RCA), Optical (TOSLINK), HDMI, i.Link, S/PDIF (RCA), Analog Audio (RCA)

    when talking about RCA plug my mind always go for $.15 cent RCA cable a mini stereo cable lol i dunno if there are a lot of audio cable, i agree HDMI is the best follow by Digital Coaxial (RCA) and Optical (TOSLINK) it seem Optical "left" by audio lover because "extra processing steps involved in converting current to light and then light to current. These two steps can add another source of error into the audio signal. lose their signal strength in bent cables" but when i look the signal it seem coax is the best choice rather than digital

    By sysp34, at 7:53 PM

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