Audio adapters help out when things don't fit between the external player and the system. There are many reasons why individual audio components are incompatible: Sometimes the amplifier or headphones are significantly older than the source player, or the necessary slots are simply occupied. In addition, many interface standards are being further developed. Audio adapters can help in most cases. An overview can be found here -> Audio adapters
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