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Question Pioneer BDP-LX88 / LX58: Zero Signal


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I just ordered a Pioneer BDP-LX58, should be here in a couple of days.

I've downloaded the manual for the player (it also covers the LX88) and it mentions a zero signal output connection from the player to an AVR (I have a Pioneer SC-LX58 en route to me too).

What I can't seem to understand from the manual, unless I'm missing something, is what the benefit of using this connection is? It looks like some kind of ground connection. Is it worth using or is it just marketing?!

Also, what cable do you use for it? The manual doesn't specify.

And finally, what input do you plug it into on the AVR?

I've done some digging around on this but can't seem to find anything that really explains all of this in any detail. And the manual "explanation" is sorely lacking IMHO!
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