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What types of digital audio inputs/outputs are there?
Digital audio connections come in two flavors: Toslink (the little square connector) and Coaxial (similar to an RCA-type cable, but usally thicker - and orange) are two types that equipment uses. You'll want both if you purchase a receiver. This allows you to connect either type of equipment.

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