can i maybe ask (another) stupid question: i am trying to understand the implications of having different voltages between analog cinch (rca) and analog xlr in. from what i've read so far the voltage that comes out of the analog rca is up to 2 Volts (?) vs the input of AES/EBU around 4 Volts ... then we also have the impedance mismatch, 75ohm (rca) vs 110ohm (xlr). as genelec says on their FAQ and the thomann support guy told me it's fine having this connection for my consumer setup (let's leave aside the digital vs. analog discussion). so i really want to understand what happens on a technical level when i use this connection, so volt vs. volt and ohm vs. ohm ... i already googled but can't find any explanation that helps me understanding this or i am googling for wrong words (not native english speaker) . will it lead to a "weaker" signal beeing transported to the genelecs which result in less output power that speaker delivers? or is it just that the input signal is "weaker" compared the 4volts of xlr? any help appreciated - thanks in advance!The S/PDIF signal voltage is a fraction of that in the AES/EBU.
PS: this is the cable recommended by the thomann service which to me looks like "The 2-core method" version genelec recommends in the FAQ