BlueRigger Digital Optical Audio Toslink Cable (15 feet)- CL3 Rated
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- Enables easy installation of audio components to your audio or home theater system- CL3 rated for in wall installations
- Digital optical cable constructed with durable black PVC outer layer and corrosion-resistant gold-plated connectors for optimal signal transfer
- Precision-polished optical connectors allow maximum signal transfer accuracy. Specially optimized optical fiber for higher fidelity
- Compatible with S/PDIF, ADAT's, Dolby Digital, & DTS
- Limited Lifetime Warranty
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|Item Dimensions||5 x 5 x 5 in||1.3 x 6.1 x 4.7 in||5 x 5 x 5 in||0.25 x 117.6 x 0.25 in|
The BlueRigger Toslink optical audio connection carries a digital audio stream using a fiber-optic cable. It is perfect for connecting your audio devices such as CD/DVD players to a receiver, preamplifier or audio processor
Toslink cable allows enjoyment of movies with Dolby Digital® and DTS® surround sound. It helps connect audio components such as CD/DVD player, digital satellite and more to your home/audio theater system, preamplifier, receiver, audio processors and digital-to-analog converters (DACs). Optical fiber & precision-polished optical connectors provides crystal clear sound.
Note: Please Remove Protective Rubber Tips Prior to Installation.
- The Lightweight and flexible BlueRigger Toslink cable is made of up of a durable PVC outer layer
- CL3 Rated for in-wall installations
- It has gold-plated connectors that resist corrosion and offer optimal signal transfer and
- It uses an optical fiber cable
The fiber-optic cable prevents electromagnetic and radio frequency noise leaving you with greater sonic accuracy and a more detailed, natural sound unlike an electrical cable.
BlueRigger Toslink cables are available in 3ft,6ft,10ft, 15ft and 25ft lengths.
All BlueRigger Toslink cables are backed by a Limited Lifetime warranty. Please contact us via email if you have any questions.
Top Customer Reviews
I know I'm probably the only person with this crazy setup. But if u want that better then cinema sound get a focusrite claret 8Prex, KRK studio monitors and a woofer. Sit back and watch the dust fall from the ceiling!
One tip: do not coil this into a small roll or kink the wire. You will break the fiber optic lines in it. I had a short 6 foot optical cable that I ruined by accident.
Beyond that, the product does exactly what it is supposed to do - run digital sound between components, which in my opinion, is the mark of an excellent product. The cable is also a great value at $7.99 (what I paid in August of 2012) and costs far less than what many competitors charge (including the "bogeyman" of cables).
The company appears to have good customer service in that I received an email asking if I was happy with my product, however, because I am, I did not have to test Blue Rigger's service beyond that.
As far as quality goes, the cable is sturdy, thin (in a good way - not flimsy), and the connection points are solid and snap snugly into place.
I will buy products from Blue Rigger in the future for my connection needs
For those interested in my system setup, read on. For the rest, the product review ends here.
I ran this cable through the wall to connect it from my Plasma TV to my old Pioneer 5.1 channel receiver and it works perfectly.
For those out there wondering why I would use a digital optical cable instead of HDMI, the answer is simple - my receiver is not HDMI capable. One can get around that conundrum though by using the TV itself as the "center" of their system for the input of all signals (thereby using the TV for source switching between Blu-Ray, Cable, Internet TV, etc.), and run the sound through the TV's "output" to the digital "input" on my receiver. This way I get the benefit of a digital picture (via HDMI cables plugged directly into the TV) and 5.1 digital sound (via the digital optical "out" from the TV to the receiver) without having to upgrade my receiver at this point. I ran the same set-up at my parents house years ago and it has been working without a problem ever since (although I can't say there is no user error).