Perfect Path Analog-Digital Audio Description
Not as old-school as you might think. Bleeding-edge audiophiles have moved on to HDMI, but there’s plenty of life left in the analog audio world. Every one of these audio cables is capable of carrying a full-resolution stereo signal. The analog stereo cables can even carry surround sound – if you use enough of them. In addition, a single digital audio cable (either coaxial or optical) can carry all the channels of a Dolby Digital or DTS Surround signal.
What these cables cannot do, with the latest gear, is carry the newer, lossless (uncompressed) surround sound formats, such as Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD Master Audio. To play lossless surround on new home theater equipment, you will need HDMI. For those of us with classic gear, however, these audio cables fit the bill perfectly.
The Analog-Digital Audio collection is a great option if you are looking for furniture in the Worcester, Boston, MA, Providence, RI, and New England area.