Can all the hi-fi/gaming/TV purists look away now, thanks. I need some advice here. I have very little money and no expensive hifi/TV equipment apart from my PS3. I was wondering today if I could hook up my old Cambridge Soundworks speakers to my PS3. This is a temporary measure just to boost the sound until I can afford to buy decent stuff. I know very little about the PS3 interfaces at the back of the unit. From what I've read today, the digital optical interface is called a TOSLink? Or uses a TOSLink cable? Is that right? My Cambridge Soundworks has what I think are two male 3.5mm RCA jacks labelled (F)ront and (R)ear. Is there a CHEAP and easy way to run a cable from my PS3 audio port to these two RCA jacks? I was looking at this 3.5mm minijack female to TOSLink male adaptor: 3.5mm Minijack Female to TOSLink Male Only £2.44 at TVCables But now I'm doubting myself as I can't see how I'd get both front and rear RCA jacks to plug in. I've looked at so many cables/adaptors today that my head is spinning. Anyone have the know-how to just point me in the right direction? Thank you.