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Thanks again for all your help, I really appreciate it.  I found the product page for the soundcard earlier, but I didn't see a link for the manual.   Ok cool, so I can use a mini-TOSLINK to TOSLINK and get all hooked up!  But since my card doesn't have Dolby Digital Live or DTS Connect, I still won't be gaming with true 5.1 then, correct?  For that I would actually need to purchase a new card with those features?
So I've been doing some more digging around for info.  My current soundcard is an Audigy 2 zs, which I cannot find a manual for online anywhere.  I believe it has a digital out (s/pdif I think/hope?), but maybe in the form of a 2.5mm connector?  Are there audio cables that are 2.5mm output --> coaxial input?  If so, is that all I would need to hook up my PC to my Pioneer sound system?
I see few different types of connectors on that link.  I'm looking at http://www.monoprice.com/products/product.asp?c_id=102&cp_id=10236&cs_id=1023603&p_id=2680&seq=1&format=2, is that the correct one?
Thank you for the VERY helpful reply!  My Mobo is http://www.asus.com/Motherboards/AMD_AM2Plus/M3A78_PRO/#specifications, which has coaxial s/pdif.  So is that the correct type of output I need?  And if so, doesn't using the on-board sound use more CPU than if I had a soundcard?  I'm concerned with using up processing power for sound in games where I'm pushing my rig to keep 30 fps.  Lastly, what type of cable do I need?  I looked up s/pdif on newegg, but I see a lot of...
Hi all!  So I have http://www.pioneerelectronics.com/PUSA/Home/Home-Theater-Systems/HTS-GS1 which I use for my PS3, and have recently decided life would be easier if I used it for my PC as well.  My question is what sound card would be a good choice for using optical out?  I want to use TOSLINK I believe, although I'm not entirely sure.  Any Help would be greatly appreciated!   Edit:  The HTS-GS1 also has coaxial input, if that matters.  I'm so confused!   Edit...
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