Hello everybody, I have been contemplating for some time now to try out the analogue outs for 5.1 surround sound on my blu-ray player by connecting it to the corresponding analogue ins on my receiver. But, before I go browsing for suitable RCA-cables I'd like to ask the more experienced surround sound aficionados out there about a pair of issues that concerns the setup of said cables. Have you guys ever experienced any differences in audio quality depending on whether you have used 6RCA-6RCA-cables or 3 x 2RCA-2RCA-cables (or any other combination of RCA-cables for that matter)? This particular matter also ties in to the ease of procuring said cables. In my neck of the woods, only a few vendors sell 6RCA-6RCA-cables but there are loads of options to choose from should I be able to switch to multiple cables that cover different bases so to speak. Also, my setup has no center speaker. To date, when using a digital connection between my disc player and receiver, my front left and right speakers have "shared the burden" of handling dialogue and singing depending on the source material. Will an analogue connection require me to hook up this particular channel in order to hear it properly or will it simply be redirected to the aforementioned speakers?