Originally Posted by Jim McC
I'm trying to find a cable that has optical digital on one end, and coaxial digital on the other end.
I know there are converters, but I'd rather find a cable, if possible.
No, it's not possible for this to just be a cable. Digital optical is fiber, coaxial is metal wire. They don't work the same, which is why you actually need a device to receive one format, and output the other.
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