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Anpu 5m 16.4ft Velocity Digital Optical Toslink Audio Cable

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Superior sound is yours with a 5m Optical Toslink Audio Cable. What makes digital optic cables superior? By using pulses of light to transmit data, the signal is preserved without degradation from radio frequency or electromagnetic interfer...
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Specifications:


  • Offers ideal solution of audio transmission
  • It can offer ideal solution of audio transmission
  • Transfers audio signals with optical pulse, provides ultimate sound quality
  • It was made of high quality optical fiber cable material, delivers better sound clarity
  • Deliver clean, rich sound even at extreme volumes
  • Audio Optical Cable connections offer a completely digital connection as well as the most accurate bitstream transfer between devices
  • Transfers audio signals with optical pulse, provides ultimate sound quality
  • Made with high quality optical fiber material, delivers better sound clarity
  • Size: 5000mm / 196.9in(L)
  • Color: Black

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Anpu 5m 16.4ft Velocity Digital Optical Toslink Audio Cable


  • This is a high quality Optical Toslink Audio Cable with plated plugs that give superior sound quality

Anpu 5m 16.4ft Velocity Digital Optical Toslink Audio Cable


  • This Optical Toslink Audio Cable provides you the cleanest possible signal, even at extreme volume levels

Anpu 5m 16.4ft Velocity Digital Optical Toslink Audio Cable


  • This Optical Toslink Audio Cable transfers the signal using light

Anpu 5m 16.4ft Velocity Digital Optical Toslink Audio Cable


  • This Digital Toslink Audio Cable transfers audio signals with optical pulse, provides ultimate sound quality

What Is Fiber Optic Audio Cable?

Fiber optic audio cable is an audio cable capable of outputting high quality sound through a small package. It uses fiber optic technology and can be used commercially for business or in households. It is used in conjunction with digital video optical cables for maximum performance.


  • Purpose
  • Fiber optic audio cable is a digital replacement for traditional sound systems that use electrical pulses.
  • Digital
  • Fiber optics falls under digital signaling. By processing information into binary, it can transmit more data but still put it back together in its original form for optimal clarity.
  • Sound
  • Some systems have a fiber optic output. This is a digital cable line for audio. It is used instead of the analog audio output.
  • Uses
  • Digital fiber optic audio cables can be used for DVD players, television sets, personal computers and gaming platforms.
  • Performance
  • Fiber optic audio cables have aluminum shielding, copper shielding, insulation and conductive materials that can improve accuracy and reduce interference in signal transfers.

How to Install Optical Audio Cables:


Install Optical Audio Cables. Most audio cables use a wire to transmit electrical signals. But optical audio cables use fiber optic communications to transmit light. This makes them immune to the electrical interference that typical cables are subject to. Optical audio cables (also called TOSLINK or EIAJ optical cables) are a high-quality and affordable alternative to standard audio cables. Plus, they are easy to install. Because optical audio cables transmit digital data, they are most often used for connecting digital audio source devices (such as DVD players) to home theater systems. Generally, optical audio cables use the S/PDIF protocol (Sony/Philips Digital Interconnect Format), which is a communication format for digital signals.


  • Instructions
  • Check that each device accepts optical audio cables. The connection port is usually labeled "Optical," but it may say "Digital" instead. In either case, the connection port must be square with a rounded bottom if optical audio cables are to be used.
  • Remove and save the plastic protective covers from each end of the optical audio cable.
  • The relevant ports on the receiving device will be labeled "Optical In" or "Digital In."
  • Connect one end of the optical audio cable to the port marked "Optical In" (or "Digital In") on the receiving device. The plug will click to let you know it is fastened securely.
  • Connect the other end of the optical audio cable to the port marked "Optical Out" (or "Digital Out") on the source device. The plug will click to let you know it is fastened securely.
  • Turn on both devices if they are not already on.
  • Test the connection by operating both your devices normally to ensure the cables have been installed correctly.

How Does a Digital Optical Audio Cable Work?


  • Connections
  • A digital optical cable, also called a TOSLINK (Toshiba Link) cable, is a fiber optic cable that can be used to connect digital components, such as DVD and CD players, to receivers in a home theater system. The cable can be made of cheap plastic or higher grade optical strands. The connectors do not lock to the components, like an AES/EBU cable, nor are they as secure as a S/PDIF digital cable.
  • Transmission
  • A digital optical cable transmits digital signals as on/off pulses of red light that go between the components. The light itself is a basic LED light, not a laser light. Optical cables are immune to the effects of Radio Frequency Interference (RFI) and Electromagnetic interference (EMI). However, to ensure good performance, the cable must have a bandwidth of 9MHz, and it is better to have 11MHz. The cables are limited to runs of no more than five meters, though in theory the cables can go to 10 meters. Longer runs need signal boosters to work.
  • Construction
  • Digital optical cables are best constructed of multiple, small diameter (less than 200 micrometers) fibers, rather than a single strand. The connectors themselves should be well polished, and the cable should be round. Finally, the cable will not work if it is bent; it can be curved, but it can't have a sharp kink in it and still work.

Package Included:


  • 1 x 5M Digital Optic Toslink Audio Cable