|Agree with everything you said except this:|
"a toslink wired works just as well, its just another option (for the purists), you can also use spdif, digital coax ,(cheapest =lower quality)"
I don't know why so many people think that toslink/optical is better than digital coax. It's kinda like saying that one brand of ethernet cable will provide a user with higher quality YouTube video than another brand. It doesn't, because it's ALL DIGITAL. It either works, or it doesn't--there's no in between.
The same goes for Toslink/optical and digital coax. They both transmit the EXACT SAME digital bitstream. When the data arrives at the receiver, it's decoded and converted into analog audio.
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