Hi all, I havce a large music collection on my pc (Apple Lossless and 320 bitrate mp3) and use napster download service alot. I wish to connect my pc to the hifi. Soundcard is CL Audigy ZS, Hifi is Teac Reference 250 (analogue inputs only). At the moment I am connecting the two using a 3.5mm stereo jack to twin phono cable. Sound quality is very below par, and certainly not in the same league as a Squeezebox 3 which I originally owned. Only problem with the Squeezebox is that it does not support Napster so don't want to go down this route again. The PC and Hifi are next to each other, so, is there any other (better) way of connecting them but still allowing me to use Napster, which is the sticking point at the mo? I am also considering a Hifi overhaul anyway, and may go to a digital amplifier based system; such as the Onkyo CS-715; in which case I could presumably connect digitally and let the Onkyo's DAC do the work. This would presumably give me far better sound quality? Also, would a sound card upgrade make much difference - considering the M-Audio products? Any thoughts suggestions gratefully received.