Currently I have:
Mac Mini (audio source) -> Cambridge Audio DAC -> Cambridge Audio Amp
And I plan to do either:
HifiBerry DAC+ -> Cambridge Audio Amp
HifiBerry Digi+ -> Cambridge Audio DAC (using Toslink) -> Cambridge Audio Amp
And I don't which one to pick: DAC+ or Digi+?
On the picture of the DAC+ I see one round red connector and one round white connector, which I take it are named "RCA connectors". So far, so good: I'm not confused and this looks like the kind of output that go from my DAC to my amp.
But my confusion now becomes total because on the Digi+ I see one Toslink digital output (located where one of the two RCA connector is located on the DAC+) and then I also see a round, white, connector on the Digi+ (next to the Toslink). But I see only one such "RCA" (?) connector. What is it? Why only one?
Should I go with the DAC+ (and then not used my actual physical DAC anymore?) or with the Digi+ with a Toslink optical cable between the Rpi/Digi+ and my DAC? Apparently it's one or the other: you cannot have both the DAC and the Toslink on the same HifiBerry board.