Can you use regular composite audio cables for unbalenced inputs?

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  1. John Menoni

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    I'm trying to find unbalanced inputs for my Outlaw 990 and 7100 replacement combo. Can I use regular Comosite audio cables?
     
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    Yes composite video cables with RCA terminations can be used for audio if that's what you mean.
     
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    Composite does not refer to audio.
     
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    You would use ordinary RCA patch cord for unbalanced inputs. This is the cord that you use for all your ordinary audio connections. The kind that comes packed with basic audio products.
     
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    Thanks fellas! I'm just going to go with a premium grade cables from cablewholesale.com.
     
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    Good way to spend $100.
     

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