While thanks to HDMI, Toslink is not so often used to
connect a DVD player to an A/V receiver, Toslink connectors
are common on cable and Internet streaming set-top
boxes, TV sets, subwoofers, all sorts of products. And
now, the 3.5mm Mini Optical connector, also somewhat
incorrectly known as Mini-Toslink, is everywhere ... from
the 3.5mm dual-purpose headphone jack on a MacŪ
laptop, to inputs on some of the finest portables.
For these many reasons, AudioQuest has refined and
renewed our line of serious high-performance OptiLink
cables. All models and all lengths are now available
Toslink Toslink and Toslink 3.5mm Mini Optical.
- 280 Narrow Aperture Quartz (Fused-Silica) Fibers
- Low-Jitter (Digital Timing Errors)
- Precision-Polished Fiber Ends
When using a Toslink (EIA-J) fiber optic cable, it is the "one" most important audio cable in your system. Then sound quality of all the channels, whether two or five or more, are dependent on this one cable to deliver an undistorted, smooth, clear and dynamic performance. The thoroughly engineered synthetic fiber in the Optilink minimizes signal loss and jitter (time based distortion). The plug's brass ferrule also contributes to ideal light transmission and the highest quality sound at a reasonable price.
Black and Silver Braided PVC Jacket