Yup, no problems. In many respects, digital signal cabling is easier than audio signal cabling. Because digital is an all or nothing game, if you pick up interference in the cable, you'll either get audio drop outs, or, more likely, some weird sound funky sounds (when bits are dropped). In analog, you'll just pick up some noise, which is harder to discern and thus cause people to buy $5,000 three-foot RCA cables (and I am *not* exaggerating -- although I think these people should just give me the five k, as I could easily find a better use for it).
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