• Cmple   Tos Link Optical Digital Audio Cable Spdif Compatible With Dolby Digital Dts Surround Sound B
  • Cmple   Tos Link Optical Digital Audio Cable Spdif Compatible With Dolby Digital Dts Surround Sound B
  • Cmple   Tos Link Optical Digital Audio Cable Spdif Compatible With Dolby Digital Dts Surround Sound B
  • Cmple   Tos Link Optical Digital Audio Cable Spdif Compatible With Dolby Digital Dts Surround Sound B
Cmple   Tos Link Optical Digital Audio Cable Spdif Compatible With Dolby Digital Dts Surround Sound B
Cmple   Tos Link Optical Digital Audio Cable Spdif Compatible With Dolby Digital Dts Surround Sound B
Cmple   Tos Link Optical Digital Audio Cable Spdif Compatible With Dolby Digital Dts Surround Sound B
Cmple   Tos Link Optical Digital Audio Cable Spdif Compatible With Dolby Digital Dts Surround Sound B

Cmple Tos Link Optical Digital Audio Cable Spdif Compatible With Dolby Digital Dts Surround Sound B

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  • Optical Toslink cable for connecting an audio component (like a sound bar) to a TV, receiver, preamplifier, audio processor, or digital-to-analog converter, TV and PS4, Playstation, Xbox gaming systems. 5.1 to 7.1 surround sound systems
  • Constructed from high quality low-loss fiber core that completely eliminates RF, EM, and ground loop interference
  • 24K corrosion-resistant, gold-plated connectors. High fidelity signal transfer to ensure a smooth-flowing, clear signal to enjoy superior audio
  • Ultra Slim and easy to install cable. Tear-resistant PVC materials. Flexible design promotes convenient routing and placement.
  • Package include: 1.5 Foot - TOSLink Fiber Optic Digital Audio Cable. Covered by Cmple Lifetime Warranty

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The super ultra thin cable !!! This is the best optic cable that I bought, i recently purchased 3 optic cables in amazon and I had to return all of them as they don't perfectly fit my bose Cinemate 15. This one is perfectly fits the bose cinemate 15 and you hear the click sound when you plug it. I would say the cable is ultra thin, the entire 50 feet cable came in a small package. I'm happy with this purchase and I strongly recommend this product to my friends, 5Perfect! Perfect! I bought a 10$ one a few weeks ago. It wouldnt work for my surround sound but did my sound bar to my other tv... what a waste. I got it because the one I had was to short for what i wanted to do. This one is perfect! I got it and right away plugged it in. Still have some slack like I needed!! 5TV Dig-Out to AV Box in the closet - Not so good - but a great long optical cable The cable worked great, except I made some novice assumptions. If you plan to run a digital audio cable from your TV back to a closet where the rest of your gear sets - check it before you crawl up to a roof or below the house with the cable.My intention - support Apple TV, ChromeCast and an Over the Air (OTA) antenna plugged in at the front of my TV - send the audio from any of these devices back to my AV receiver in the close and send out 5.1 sound to my speakers.The reality - After a test that revealed I could get stereo sound, but not 5.1/7.2 sound from the cable I did an internet search. Turns out not all TVs pass through surround sound from every HDMI Input to a digital-out port. This issue had been raised in an AppleTV post. Sure enough, I dug into my Panasonic TCP42G25 manual - and found 1 line on page 37/76* No optical cable is necessary for the equipment that has HDAVI control 5 and is connected with an HDMI cable. (HDMI 1 only)See that parenthetical - HDMI1 only. WOW. WTF. One other line makes it a bit more clear that you can't get surround sound passed from other HDMI output to the digital output.* When audio from other equipment connected to this unit via HDMI is output using DIGITAL AUDIO OUT of this unit, the system switches to 2CH audio.In all digital world, this naive consumer thought that would be natural and easy - pass a digital signal from any active HDMI port to the "digital output". Silly me.So unfortunately, I returned this great cable and will now end up replacing my AV box in the closet (due anyway - but not happy to finally upgrade). And yes, I've tried some HDMI switching gear, but in the closet. I don't want the switch and a few extra cable cluttering the area near my TV. 5Cheap prices, doesn't mean a cheap cable Let me first explain my situation and hope that I can bring clarity. I have several devices that use optical connectors, from my PS3/Xbox to my PC & AV receiver and while the TOSLink connection "should" be the same, they are not. I have several types of TOS cables from a good range of companies in which some I bought and others came with products I bought.My problem is that some of the ends of these cables don't click into place on some of these devices. Anyone familiar with TOS cables know that once you have it facing the right way it just clicks into place and will hold. Well I've noticed that some of my TOS cables just don't click/lock into place. So when a cable is lightly touched it just falls out of the port. The most upsetting part for me was that this was happening with some of my "so called" high end cables. Yet on other devices I could use the same cable and it would click and be fine.[If I may make a side note here and bring to peoples attention that with optical cables, there are NO high end cables. The cable either works (Transmits light) or it doesn't. The quality of the cable my be in it's durability (i.e. a thicker cable can be placed where you think someone could step on it and a nice thick cable could do a better job than a thin one in protecting it, but the audio quality doesn't improve with that.]Well I'm happy to report that was not the case with these cables I bought here on Amazon. I was a little apprehensive at first but I owned an exact pair of these before and it works on all my devices optical ports. So I've been scrutinizing the pics online to see if could find these cables again, and I have. The end connector was the one that matched my existing ones. These seem to have the ends manufactured to the correct/right specifications, so that they click into place on all my devices.This "IS" the cable and it clicks securely in place. I still am not sure whats to blame. The devices port or the cable, but in my case it seems to point that some cables just aren't made to fit snugly in the port, unless this cable is made in a way that can compensate for the lack of a good lock on the optical port itself.In any case, if you are having the same problem, feel confident in knowing this cable will click into place and not fall out. Lastly if you are thinking that this cable is looking thin or frail, just know that all optical cables are, they are not meant to be stepped on or sharply bent. If you worry about putting these in such a place, invest in a plastic cable floor cable management that you can thread the cable through and protect it from being stepped on. 5Perfectly adequate. Although this optic cable has a thin jacket it should be suitable for most applications where the cable is not subjected to repeated motion or physical abuse. In addition, the end connectors are the best size for situations where two Toslink I/O ports side-by-side are being used. I have "premium" optical cables and the end connectors are so large they physically interfere with each other on some equipment (e.g. PC sound card with Toslink I/O) if used in the situation described. The smaller end connectors do require a firmer grip to disengage and can be a little less convenient where you have to reach into a equipment bay and past other cables to plug or unplug the cable. Technically, there is no practical difference in the optical performance of a budget cable like this one and much more expensive cables where you are paying extra for a heavy jacket and connectors. 4Not a "HEAVY JACKET" It says "HEAVY JACKET" in the description. That's just not true. This is one of the thinnest I have ever encountered, and if it lasts 5 uses I will be surprised. Additionally, if it lasted 5 years I still wouldn't raise my rating because I am getting tired of people "mislabeling" their products. I just don't believe you accidentally wrote a lie in all caps. 2No need to spend big on fiber optic cables. These prove the point. Not much to say about a cable, but what I can say is that it works as perfectly as possible. Many outfits market overkill cables of this kind, with heavy insulation and oversized connectors. Well, you do not need to insulate a fiber-optic cable and the connector can be manifestly simple and small and the combination will work just fine. This cable follows those rules and works well. In addition, its small size makes it less obtrusive than the more upscale types. Of course, many enthusiasts like their cables to be obtrusive. It adds a cache that makes them feel smug and superior. That is infantile, especially with digital cables, where knowledgeable people will judge you to be a victim of your own ego. Stick with cables like this and use the money saved to purchase more recordings or movies.Howard Ferstler 5REMOVE plastic tip protectors first! Works perfectly! Although I've been using and programming computers since DOS, I'm ashamed to admit I had never started using a NEW TOSlink cable before. Therefore a word to others: be sure to remove the plastic tip protectors BEFORE trying to use the cable. It took me a week of cursing and researching my "wrong" cable order before it suddenly dawned on me that those little plastic tips weren't a different type of connector but simply protectors to be REMOVED! 5Excelled product This product though thin holds up well and I would recommend it highly. In my case, i was routing this thin wire along with 4 HDTV cables, and a speaker wire from above my fireplace to a 90degree drop through a hose routing around the fireplace to the basement. Now the wires were coming from the basement up (being pulled to the TV vs pushed down. Then routed along the basement ceiling across to approx 25 ft before being pushed up between the walls and out. The one end of the cables (coming to the TV) were carefully wrapped with seran wrap before being pulled and the other end just similar. Cable holds up well and despite the distance and the 5.1 Dolby surround sound, there seems to be no lag in sound. Love every aspect of the sound distribution! 5They Work Obviously, considering that they re very inexpensive, the cord quality is not large and a bit fragile, but they work, so that s really the end result. I ordered four of them and they all work, obviously if you know optical cables, the ends of them are fragile so just like any other optical cable got to take care when inserting into female receptacle. 5
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The super ultra thin cable !!! This is the best optic cable that I bought, i recently purchased 3 optic cables in amazon and I had to return all of them as they don't perfectly fit my bose Cinemate 15. This one is perfectly fits the bose cinemate 15 and you hear the click sound when you plug it. I would say the cable is ultra thin, the entire 50 feet cable came in a small package. I'm happy with this purchase and I strongly recommend this product to my friends, 5Perfect! Perfect! I bought a 10$ one a few weeks ago. It wouldnt work for my surround sound but did my sound bar to my other tv... what a waste. I got it because the one I had was to short for what i wanted to do. This one is perfect! I got it and right away plugged it in. Still have some slack like I needed!! 5TV Dig-Out to AV Box in the closet - Not so good - but a great long optical cable The cable worked great, except I made some novice assumptions. If you plan to run a digital audio cable from your TV back to a closet where the rest of your gear sets - check it before you crawl up to a roof or below the house with the cable.My intention - support Apple TV, ChromeCast and an Over the Air (OTA) antenna plugged in at the front of my TV - send the audio from any of these devices back to my AV receiver in the close and send out 5.1 sound to my speakers.The reality - After a test that revealed I could get stereo sound, but not 5.1/7.2 sound from the cable I did an internet search. Turns out not all TVs pass through surround sound from every HDMI Input to a digital-out port. This issue had been raised in an AppleTV post. Sure enough, I dug into my Panasonic TCP42G25 manual - and found 1 line on page 37/76* No optical cable is necessary for the equipment that has HDAVI control 5 and is connected with an HDMI cable. (HDMI 1 only)See that parenthetical - HDMI1 only. WOW. WTF. One other line makes it a bit more clear that you can't get surround sound passed from other HDMI output to the digital output.* When audio from other equipment connected to this unit via HDMI is output using DIGITAL AUDIO OUT of this unit, the system switches to 2CH audio.In all digital world, this naive consumer thought that would be natural and easy - pass a digital signal from any active HDMI port to the "digital output". Silly me.So unfortunately, I returned this great cable and will now end up replacing my AV box in the closet (due anyway - but not happy to finally upgrade). And yes, I've tried some HDMI switching gear, but in the closet. I don't want the switch and a few extra cable cluttering the area near my TV. 5Cheap prices, doesn't mean a cheap cable Let me first explain my situation and hope that I can bring clarity. I have several devices that use optical connectors, from my PS3/Xbox to my PC & AV receiver and while the TOSLink connection "should" be the same, they are not. I have several types of TOS cables from a good range of companies in which some I bought and others came with products I bought.My problem is that some of the ends of these cables don't click into place on some of these devices. Anyone familiar with TOS cables know that once you have it facing the right way it just clicks into place and will hold. Well I've noticed that some of my TOS cables just don't click/lock into place. So when a cable is lightly touched it just falls out of the port. The most upsetting part for me was that this was happening with some of my "so called" high end cables. Yet on other devices I could use the same cable and it would click and be fine.[If I may make a side note here and bring to peoples attention that with optical cables, there are NO high end cables. The cable either works (Transmits light) or it doesn't. The quality of the cable my be in it's durability (i.e. a thicker cable can be placed where you think someone could step on it and a nice thick cable could do a better job than a thin one in protecting it, but the audio quality doesn't improve with that.]Well I'm happy to report that was not the case with these cables I bought here on Amazon. I was a little apprehensive at first but I owned an exact pair of these before and it works on all my devices optical ports. So I've been scrutinizing the pics online to see if could find these cables again, and I have. The end connector was the one that matched my existing ones. These seem to have the ends manufactured to the correct/right specifications, so that they click into place on all my devices.This "IS" the cable and it clicks securely in place. I still am not sure whats to blame. The devices port or the cable, but in my case it seems to point that some cables just aren't made to fit snugly in the port, unless this cable is made in a way that can compensate for the lack of a good lock on the optical port itself.In any case, if you are having the same problem, feel confident in knowing this cable will click into place and not fall out. Lastly if you are thinking that this cable is looking thin or frail, just know that all optical cables are, they are not meant to be stepped on or sharply bent. If you worry about putting these in such a place, invest in a plastic cable floor cable management that you can thread the cable through and protect it from being stepped on. 5Perfectly adequate. Although this optic cable has a thin jacket it should be suitable for most applications where the cable is not subjected to repeated motion or physical abuse. In addition, the end connectors are the best size for situations where two Toslink I/O ports side-by-side are being used. I have "premium" optical cables and the end connectors are so large they physically interfere with each other on some equipment (e.g. PC sound card with Toslink I/O) if used in the situation described. The smaller end connectors do require a firmer grip to disengage and can be a little less convenient where you have to reach into a equipment bay and past other cables to plug or unplug the cable. Technically, there is no practical difference in the optical performance of a budget cable like this one and much more expensive cables where you are paying extra for a heavy jacket and connectors. 4Not a "HEAVY JACKET" It says "HEAVY JACKET" in the description. That's just not true. This is one of the thinnest I have ever encountered, and if it lasts 5 uses I will be surprised. Additionally, if it lasted 5 years I still wouldn't raise my rating because I am getting tired of people "mislabeling" their products. I just don't believe you accidentally wrote a lie in all caps. 2No need to spend big on fiber optic cables. These prove the point. Not much to say about a cable, but what I can say is that it works as perfectly as possible. Many outfits market overkill cables of this kind, with heavy insulation and oversized connectors. Well, you do not need to insulate a fiber-optic cable and the connector can be manifestly simple and small and the combination will work just fine. This cable follows those rules and works well. In addition, its small size makes it less obtrusive than the more upscale types. Of course, many enthusiasts like their cables to be obtrusive. It adds a cache that makes them feel smug and superior. That is infantile, especially with digital cables, where knowledgeable people will judge you to be a victim of your own ego. Stick with cables like this and use the money saved to purchase more recordings or movies.Howard Ferstler 5REMOVE plastic tip protectors first! Works perfectly! Although I've been using and programming computers since DOS, I'm ashamed to admit I had never started using a NEW TOSlink cable before. Therefore a word to others: be sure to remove the plastic tip protectors BEFORE trying to use the cable. It took me a week of cursing and researching my "wrong" cable order before it suddenly dawned on me that those little plastic tips weren't a different type of connector but simply protectors to be REMOVED! 5Excelled product This product though thin holds up well and I would recommend it highly. In my case, i was routing this thin wire along with 4 HDTV cables, and a speaker wire from above my fireplace to a 90degree drop through a hose routing around the fireplace to the basement. Now the wires were coming from the basement up (being pulled to the TV vs pushed down. Then routed along the basement ceiling across to approx 25 ft before being pushed up between the walls and out. The one end of the cables (coming to the TV) were carefully wrapped with seran wrap before being pulled and the other end just similar. Cable holds up well and despite the distance and the 5.1 Dolby surround sound, there seems to be no lag in sound. Love every aspect of the sound distribution! 5They Work Obviously, considering that they re very inexpensive, the cord quality is not large and a bit fragile, but they work, so that s really the end result. I ordered four of them and they all work, obviously if you know optical cables, the ends of them are fragile so just like any other optical cable got to take care when inserting into female receptacle. 5
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