I have just purchased an ART Legato, to go with my newly purchased Museatex dac (DA44). The DA44 only takes RCA input. The ART comes from the manufacturer's bnc cable, and a bnc to rca adapter.
Regardless, I would want the chance to use a Moray James digital between the two devices (Legato, DA44). Moray's cables are only RCA.
I was wondering: what if I put a BNC-RCA adaptor at the output of Legato, and, subsequently, the Moray digital? Should I expect impedance mismatch? Should such mismatch be much worse than using the first configuration (Legato + bnc cable + bnc to rca adapter to dac), suggested by Pat?
Would there be a way at all to minimize such impedance mismatch, if using an RCA cable like Moray's?
Would I need to measure the impedance of the Moray digital, perhaps, in order to choose the most fitting adapter between Legato and the cable?
Also, would it make more sense if I replaced the BNC output connector of ART Legato, with a RCA output; or, even here, I would incur into impedance mismatches?
Thanks, in case anyone is able to answer to such a specific question.