Oops. I need some help. I got the Component and S-Video cables I needed. I didn't realize that it wouldn't come with the audio as well. :b The only experience i've really had previously with these kinds of cables are video games, and everything comes together with them. So, anyway, what cable do I need? Does this work? http://www.partsexpress.com/pe/showd...number=181-622 For anyone that's too lazy, it's a Dayton Coaxial Digital Cable... help me out with one other thing. That's just one cable, correct? Meaning I'd need to buy two, one for the left audio and one for the right audio? Am I right on that? Edit: It's the DAYTON COAXIAL DIGITAL CABLE 1.5' from parts express. Part Number 181-622. It's for the audio from the receiver to television and for an xbox to the receiver. And I'm sure everything has regular RCA input/outputs. What's an RCA patch cord? Edit2: A patch cable is just a cable that has the left and right audio "connected," right? Edit3: What are the differences/benefits between a coaxial digital connection (RCA jack, usually colored orange) & a normal analog audio (usually one red and one white). This will be for a 5.1 surround system. If any more info is needed, just ask. Sorry for not being the most informed person ever. If there's a place anyone knows of that I can read up on these, let me know. I read the FAQ here but it didn't describe in detail... Thanks in advance!