The other half just won a mini-IPod and so eager to try it out I fired up the auld PC (which I havent used in months/years) and suddenly rediscovered the 4000 MP3 tracks I have stored on there. The PC, whilst in the lounge doesnt have any speakers connected to it - back in my student days it was rigged up to my cheapo videologic home hifi system by a digital co-ax cable but that has now gone and the PC sits about 14m and diagonally opposite the new sound setup. What would be the best/cheapest way of connecting this to my new amp to be able to play my MP3? The PC is auld and has a unorthodox motherboard (tyan tiger 133) and so I am reluctent to buy new hardware for it due to possible compatability issues. The PC has co-ax digital out (no optical), USB 2.0 and a 10/100 ethernet and will be connecting to my Denon AVR 2805. I was considering the Airport Express thing from Apple but I dont have WiFi capabilities on the PC and whilst I can see the thing does have an ethernet slot it doesnt state if this can be used instead and I am sure there must be a cheaper non-wifi option out there. I fear that if I used a 15m+ coax cable that there would be significant signal degrading/interferance or it would be too expensive to buy a high grade cable of this length. Any suggestions would be appreciated.