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    hdmi cables   (2 Answers)

    is there a adapter to connect hdmi to coax output

    By Anonymous February 19, 2015.

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      Nope. It's not possible. Not even a little bit. Well, maybe you can find a surround sound receiver that "down converts" to analog. But what are you trying to output? Video? Audio? It's got to go through a digital to analog conversion. Using a DAC. Basically, you cannot do it with an adapter.

      By zatarra July 10, 2015.

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      I have noticed that google is not part of the play-fi format, is their any hope that one day this may change or better yet is their any other way to use google with the P1 or maybe future possibilities. Thanks   (0 Answers)

      By dlh June 18, 2017.

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      Can you by pass the receiver and connect the adaptor directly to the Polk Amps only using the streaming? David   (1 Answer)

      By Anonymous November 22, 2016.

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        Yes, you can use the Polk Audio Omni P1 as a preamp to connect directly to an amplifier. I have a P1 connected directly to a NAD 2 channel amp, which is connected to a pair of speakers. The signal coming from the P1 is gain controlled by the PlayFi application volume. With the PlayFi apps (Polk Audio or any other playfi app) you can stream from a local music source (e.g. computer, tablet, phone, or a NAS), or from any of the available streaming services that are part of the PlayFi ecosystem. There are also playfi amplifier choices, such as the Polk Audio Omni A1, which is like a P1 but has built in 2 channel amplifier to connect directly to speakers. Great for a quick setup of extra speakers you may have with no amp or source to drive them. Definitive Technology also make a "connector" as well as a PlayFi amp for a bit more money than the Polk Audio products, that you can find here on Best Buy.

        By KevinDB November 28, 2016.

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