I was wondering what the difference is between a "digital audio" coax cable and a composite video cable. Specifically, I am currently using digital audio coax cable (I don't recall the make -- I got it years ago) to run between my AC-3 RF Out to my AMP. Due to rearrangement of components, these cables are not long enough (poor planning on my part), and I have some Liberty Interflex Z300 composite video cables that would fit the bill. I am assuming that the digital audio cables will carry a much larger bandwidth than regular audio interconnects, and that is the only fundamental difference. Also assuming that video transmission requires a much higher bandwidth than audio in general (BIG assumption on my part -- someone please correct me if I'm all wet), I would expect the Libertys to be WAY above the bandwidth requirements. Can I expect the Libertys to work here?