WHAT TO USE TO CONNECT CAMBRIDGE CXN TO OLD SCHOOL HK395i RECEIVER? I can't get to my manual or my box that my Cambridge CXN came in right now. I bought it a long time ago, but never set it up. I have spent the afternoon staring at it, working my way through a few preliminaries with connecting it to my wifi and with Spotify. I upgraded the firmware. I had thought I remembered being told that the CXN would convert digital to analog and that I could hook up the CXN using the red and white RCA's, connecting them to the phono input on my old school receiver to filter the CXN to my speakers that are attached to my old school component system. The speakers are Cambridge towers and they seem to play just fine with the components. Anyway, I hooked it up with the stereo audio cable and it played... really horribly! Oh, the sound was so terrible. Something is very, very wrong. It sounds like it's coming in from a radio station that you can barely tune in. Very noisy and ugly. I connected the cables on the CXN side to LINE OUTPUT. Could that be wrong? I don't know if I need different cables. or if I need a different tablet. Or if I need a completely different receiver. Or if I need something else. The cables I used were from Radio Shack. Red and white. The only other thing I can add is that I was using a 5th Generation Amazon Fire to stream the Spotify. The music sounds normal through the speaker on the Fire, but maybe the Fire doesn't get along with the CXN?? I just switched out the cable to some premium gold tipped Auvio stereo cables that I had in the house. No difference. Please help! Thank you!