What is an analog cable?
Analog TV’s transmit audio and video signals over the airwaves in a manner similar to a radio signal. Each station has a single frequency over which to broadcast its analog television signal. You know these frequencies as channel numbers on your TV.
What is an analog audio output?
An analog audio output is an output found on some home electronics, like DVD players and VCRs, that can be used to connect analog audio cables to inputs on TVs and receivers.
What is a analog audio cable?
A cable used to transfer analog or digital signals from an audio source to an amplifier or powered speaker. Cables are identified more by their plugs and sockets than by the shape or color of the wire that is used. See analog audio and audio connections. Analog Mini-Phone (Headphone Cable)
Can I use digital cable for analog?
It’s perfectly acceptable to use a digital audio cable for an analog feed — in fact, audio cable made for digital service is better with analog signals than analog-only rated cable. Digital cable will have less attenuation at high analog frequencies than does cable built specifically for analog operation.