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SA-AX7 I have a panasonic DVD-A360EC player. There is a "digital coaxial audio output socket". I want to connect to my SA-AX7 receiver. How can I do this. What is a digital coaxial output connector? Thanks for reply, Best regards, Jan jloopuyt@yahoo.com

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Its the orange input on the back of the amp left side of it from the fan says coaxial either above the input or below im not 100% if that will work for you i would suggest you use rca cable.

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