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Recoton Fiber Optic Toslink to 3.5mm Mini Adapter
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- Converts TosLink plug to optical mini plug or optical mini jack to TosLink jack
- TosLink-F to Mini-M 3.5mm Adapter
- Gold plated tip
- Brand new high quality adapter
- Gold Connectors: TosLink Female to Male
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Works great, quality sound.
For $2, I get surround sound from my S/PDIF output, which is converted into a Toslink cable. This allows me to use my Astro A40 mixamp with Dolby Digital sound through my laptop's S/PDIF-out, or output true surround sound from my laptop to any 5.1 system, TV, or any optical-in for that matter. Just don't forget the optical cable. :)
That's about it. Don't waste $10-15 on other solutions. This is what you need to turn any regular S/PDIF-out (or combo 3.5mm slot) into a digital optical output at lossless quality.
Just make sure you need a S/PDIF output converted to an optical cable. I don't want anyone to order the incorrect/backwards adapter and waste 2 weeks for nothing (like that one guy who did).
PS. If you don't have S/PDIF, I don't believe you can achieve an optical connection in a regular 3.5mm slot using this adapter. While this is a "3.5mm" mini adapter, the regular 3.5mm/speaker slot on a given computer does NOT output Toslink red light, so there is nothing to adapt/convert to begin with. So technically speaking, this is a S/PDIF(male) to Toslink(female) adapter. If you might not have S/PDIF, or just aren't sure, simply look for a 3.5mm-sized output glowing an ominous red light somewhere on your computer. That means you are ready to convert S/PDIF red light to Toslink red light using this adapter.
Hoped this helped somewhat!
The Toslink adapter never failed. I still have it, even after altering my setup in a larger space.
The Toslink adapter seated properly and snuggly. No loose fit or slips to worry about. I did not have to worry about the Toslink accidentally being pulled from the unit.
The connection was clean. I mean squeaky clean, no noise or distortion issues to worry about, which is exactly what I was looking for.
Not a single one I can think of, other than not being able to buy it locally. It was worth the wait.
When in doubt, go for the gold when looking for a clean and high end contact. I would recommend the Recoton Fiber Optic Toslink to 3.5mm mini adapter to anyone looking to connect their mac. I would definitely buy again if I needed to, but it still works 5 years on, so I shouldn't have to buy another one! Much luck with your own hook ups;
There's several you tube videos that can help you set up your laptop to your TV online,they all are very helpful.
All you need are four basic cables: this toslink adapter,a longer HDMI cable to reach your TV,and a longer toslink cable to the TV or AV Receiver (for best sound)and the mini HDMI port to normal HDMI out. You can get all of these products on Amazon and for a less expensive price than anywhere else. I can't even find all of these products at Best Buy or anywhere else.
I might buy a couple more of these adapters just to have around.