Digital or Analog RCA Cables from processor?

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  1. Darren Mortensen

    Darren Mortensen Stunt Coordinator

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    I am new to the "separates" idea, so help me out here boys and girls!

    I have a new Rotel RSP-1066 Processor with a new RMB 1075 5ch. Amp what type of cables do I use from my PREOUT to the AMP? I have new DIGITAL AUDIO cables connected now, show I swap them out for typical Analog Cables?
     
  2. Rick_Brown

    Rick_Brown Second Unit

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    What does the Rotel unit do?
     
  3. chung_sotheby

    chung_sotheby Supporting Actor

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    Are the Digital Audio cables you are using coaxial cables? In other words, are they listed as Digital cables but have RCA connectors. If they are, then you should not be using them from preamp to amp. You should get some regular analog RCA interconnects. Digital Coaxial cables have a totally different construction than analog cables. Considering you got some pretty pricey gear, you should ask your dealer every single question you can think of before you start setup.
     

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