Audio Switchers

Analog Audio Switchers vs Digital Audio Switchers:
Analog audio can be mono, 2-channel stereo or multiple channels such as for surround sound.
Digital Audio is often misunderstood. It is a single cable capable of transmitting Multiple channels of surround sound audio or even stereo audio, albeit digitally.
Coax Digital audio (often called S/PDIF) usually uses an RCA connector.
Optical Toslink uses no wire at all, it is an Optical cable that carries transmitted light pulses to transfer the data.
Both types of cables support up to 8 channels (7.1) of audio and support Dolby Digital and DTS in various formats.

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