Panasonic E55 audion connection

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  1. Andrewp369

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    I currently have my Toshiba DVD player (on its last legs) connected to my Toshiba Picture frame TV via a co-axial audio connection. I want to replace the DVD player with the Panasonic recordable E55 but it doesn't have a co-axial connection. I can apparently buy an adapter for around £35 to connect the co-axial to the optical point on the DVD, but would I be better off connecting the two via an optical connection? Which would provide the better sound? What would you do?
     
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    Your ears will not be able to detect the difference.
     
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    Thanks Nick, so you would buy the adapter? Where would be the best place to buy it from? Would it be available from my local Curry's/Comet?
     
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    It doesn't seem to be the sort of thing that Currys/Comet would stock. The only place I've seen them is Maplin at £14.99 and they appear to be out of stock at the moment.

    Maybe someone else could suggest a source ?
     
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    keene/lektropacks??? can i ask why the E55 (cracking machine) instead of a Tosh recorder?
     

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