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Thread: Why is the best for my Home Theater,coax or optic cables?

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    Question Why is the best for my Home Theater,coax or optic cables?

    I purchase a Home Theater but i need to know why is the best connection for sound,i have a Optical Cable($23) and i think this is the best connection for sound,what you thin,k?(my english is bad,bad,bad)
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    Go Optical.

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    If your using a good "glass" optic, or..your using a good quality coax and routing it so there isn't any AC near it, then there isn't any difference between the two. We're not talking rocket science. It's 0's and 1's. By the way, making your own coax isn't very hard either.

    Oh yeah, when I mention "good quality" I'm not suggesting you spend a bundle. Good glass can be found on Ebay for 15 bucks a cable and coax shouldn't cost much more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by qball15j
    Go Optical.
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    ok i go optical ,i can,t wait for hearing my new improved sound
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    Quote Originally Posted by downhill
    If your using a good "glass" optic, or..your using a good quality coax and routing it so there isn't any AC near it, then there isn't any difference between the two. We're not talking rocket science. It's 0's and 1's. By the way, making your own coax isn't very hard either.

    Oh yeah, when I mention "good quality" I'm not suggesting you spend a bundle. Good glass can be found on Ebay for 15 bucks a cable and coax shouldn't cost much more.
    Isnt any difference between good fiber optics and coax??? you wanna reconsider that??

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    Bienvenido Cable Vision!

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    Quote Originally Posted by qball15j
    Go Optical.
    Thanks for the heads up, I'm buying one for Christmas myself.
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