Hi all, I have a really silly question, and im actually quite suprised that i don't know the answer to this, but perhaps i am not alone. I have an allen & heath zone 62 mixer, on the back i have booth out, record out, main mix out, etc... and of course "Aux Out". Now, i know most equipment (audio and video?) comes equipped with these "Aux Outputs". Now, I never have really fully understand exactly what a Auxilliary cable is, what function it is meant to serve, and how it differs from the other outputs. ---- The dictionary defines "Aux" as: Giving assistance or support; helping. Acting as a subsidiary; supplementary: the main library and its auxiliary branches. Held in or used as a reserve: auxiliary troops; an auxiliary power generator. ---- So am i right to assume that the "Aux Outputs" simply mean "extra outputs" if you need to run outputs to another piece of equipment, or incase other outputs malfunction for some reason?? Any minute detials would be greatly appreciated, i have a problem with needing to understand even trivial things in as much detail as possible. Thank you!!! tyler.