Can i use some leftover digital cables for analog connection?

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  1. Dalton

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    I have 5 AR Pro series coax digital cables and i was wondering if i could use 2 of them as anolog outs from my dvd player to my receiver's cd input for analog cd sound? All my analog cables are being used for my SACD/DVD-A player(Denon 2900) and satellite receiver.

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  2. Bob McElfresh

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    They should work fine.

    Video/Coaxial-Digital cables should all be made with 75 ohm coax. Audio cables can be made with any of the popular impedences.
     
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    Thanks Bob,
    I was pretty sure i could use them but i wanted some confirmation.
     

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