Hi all, Apologies for the stupid question, but I haven't bought a game console in about a decade. My set-up is still a PS3 on a CRT, mainly because I preferred the lower input lag for the style of games I was focusing on at that time. I plan to get a new monitor and a PS4 soon, but I don't know how to tie all of this together in terms of audio. If HDMI carries the video and audio signals together, how does one connect a PS4 (or any other non-PC device) to a DAC or combined DAC+amp? I will be using a PC monitor, so would I use the 3.5 mm headphone jack on a monitor to the RCA inputs on the DAC? What if the monitor doesn't have a headphone jack? Another issue is that the PS4 slim sacrificed its optical output jack, so I wouldn't be able to connect that to the optical input on a DAC (if it has one). I know that the Pro added it back, but it's much more expensive and I wouldn't need 4K. All of this assumes that a PS4 cannot output an audio signal through one of its USB jacks the way that a PC could. What exactly are a person's options here? As simple as this seems to be, I'm not sure what people are doing. Google searches seem to ignore the PS4 slim's lack of optical output or refer to gamer-oriented audio devices like headsets with mics, which I do not have much interest in. Thanks!