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Hello All,

I have a quick question. So I got myself a Esinkin Wireless Audio Receiver for Music Streaming. Now there are two ways of connecting it between AUX or RCA.

Which way gives out a better sounds quality please advice. Thank you and Happy Father's Day to all. 

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Aux is an input analog just connect rca cables..


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Both are analog outputs. They do the same.

Use either. Cables are supposedly included. According to the manual.
 

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Hello All,

I have a quick question. So I got myself a Esinkin Wireless Audio Receiver for Music Streaming. ...

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So you got an Esinkin BLUETOOTH Receiver .... correct?

Something like this?

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Bluetooth-Streaming-Wireless-Receiver-Speakers/dp/B01CZVCYU0/?tag=av0c-21

Very likely inside the device, the AUX and the RCA are the exact same point. Use either one depending on the types of cables you have or the type you can get easily.

I don't think it matter which you use, as long as you only use one.

What are you connecting it to?

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I'm more concerning as sounds quality. Just trying to get the best quality sounds that's all.

Btw I'm using a vintage receiver listening as stereo hifi.
 

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both outputs provide the same signal, same quality. That's all.
 

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I'm more concerning as sounds quality. Just trying to get the best quality sounds that's all.

Btw I'm using a vintage receiver listening as stereo hifi.
As others have said, it doesn't matter which connector you use.

As I said, what cable you use will depend on what you are connecting to, and how long the connecting cable will need to be.

Give that you have RCA Outputs available, and more likely your Amp has RCA Inputs, an RCA-to-RCA Cable makes the most sense.

https://www.amazon.com/KabelDirekt-Analogue-Double-Shielded-Amplifiers-Receivers/dp/B00DI89I04/

But those cables can be a bit bulky, so there is nothing wrong with using a 3.5mm Stereo to 2xRCA Cable.

https://www.amazon.com/KabelDirekt-Splitter-Auxiliary-Double-Shielded-Supports/dp/B00DI89MSM?th=1

These are not especially expensive.

In the long run, which connector you use doesn't matter.

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As stated earlier... if we are discussing the same product, both type of cables are included. ;)
 
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