Hey all, In the process of setting up my home studio. -Shure SM58 -M-audio 410 audio interface -M-audio Axiom 25 midi controller -Windows XP (3.2Ghz, 3GB RAM) -Yamaha AX750 amplifier with Mordaunt Short Genie 5.1 speaker system Now, I've done my research, so hopefully I have not gone too far wrong in my selection. I know my speakers are not monitors, but they were originally purchased for a home cinema. My question though is simple... On the back of the M-audio 410, there are 7 audio outputs in the form of 1/4 TS sockets. There is also a SPDIF I/O socket. How do I link the 410 to my receiver? My receiver does'nt have 1/4" TS sockets?? Should I just use the SPDIF, can it be used liek that? Or do I just need a 1/4"TS -> RCA cable? I guess I am just really confused as to why these type of connectors are used? I thought RCA's were the standard for interconnecting audio devices.... Any help would be very much appreciated. Thanks, Nick.