1M TOSLINK High Resolution Professional Digital Optical TOSlink Cable for used with the likes of DVD, PC, PS3 XBOX 360 SLIM etc - ONLY £1.99 delivered @ Amazon.co.uk (Lime Pint) - HotUKDeals
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Go all hi-tech with your surround sound system.......Plug in the PS3 or Xbox!
Got to be worth quality sound for less than £2. Of course that is if your not straight through with a HDMI lead!
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#1
Poundshop Not voted
#2
Also good seller on ebay for £1.67 delivered.
#3
Yup poundshop ones do the job just as well...
#4
Would this solve my lipsync problems between my telly and surround sound?
#5
306notout
Would this solve my lipsync problems between my telly and surround sound?


Surround sound system will probably have an option to adjust audio delay somewhere
#6
once again Pound shop
#7
yup Poundshop
#8
Poundland !
#9
With HDMI connection (Capable of sound & picture) so widespread these days for TV and surround sound systems etc, does anyone really need a secondary connection for sound from consoles & DVD etc? Especially as optical isn't capable of the newest sound format - HD sound from Blu-Ray.

The only use I have for them is from TV to AV Receiver for TV sound only and from the Sky+HD box, which just isn't capable of 5.1 sound via HDMI only



Edited By: TheBiker on Jan 08, 2011 02:06: clarification
#10
http://www.amazon.co.uk/s/ref=nb_sb_ss_i_2_14?url=search-alias%3Delectronics&field-keywords=cable+mountain&sprefix=cable+mountain this is a good place for good quality cables if you dont want or need good quality don't bother with the ranting!!!
#11
TheBiker
With HDMI connection (Capable of sound & picture) so widespread these days for TV and surround sound systems etc, does anyone really need a secondary connection for sound from consoles & DVD etc? Especially as optical isn't capable of the newest sound format - HD sound from Blu-Ray.

The only use I have for them is from TV to AV Receiver for TV sound only and from the Sky+HD box, which just isn't capable of 5.1 sound via HDMI only




We use our digital cable for the ps3, never really used it for tv/dvd they're already hooked up to our surround sound system.
#12
TheBiker
With HDMI connection (Capable of sound & picture) so widespread these days for TV and surround sound systems etc, does anyone really need a secondary connection for sound from consoles & DVD etc? Especially as optical isn't capable of the newest sound format - HD sound from Blu-Ray.

The only use I have for them is from TV to AV Receiver for TV sound only and from the Sky+HD box, which just isn't capable of 5.1 sound via HDMI only




I still use optical on my PS3 to my Onkyo AVR...then HDMI to TV. I prefer the flexibility of being able to use it without surround sound for late night use if i want. Lack of HD audio from PS3 isn't an issue as i have a standalone BluRay player.
#13
Uridium
TheBiker
With HDMI connection (Capable of sound & picture) so widespread these days for TV and surround sound systems etc, does anyone really need a secondary connection for sound from consoles & DVD etc? Especially as optical isn't capable of the newest sound format - HD sound from Blu-Ray.

The only use I have for them is from TV to AV Receiver for TV sound only and from the Sky+HD box, which just isn't capable of 5.1 sound via HDMI only




I still use optical on my PS3 to my Onkyo AVR...then HDMI to TV. I prefer the flexibility of being able to use it without surround sound for late night use if i want. Lack of HD audio from PS3 isn't an issue as i have a standalone BluRay player.


Does your Onkyo not do "passthru" ? I have a Yamaha DSP-Z7 which copes with HDMI only for the flexibility you mention.
#14
TheBiker
Uridium
TheBiker
With HDMI connection (Capable of sound & picture) so widespread these days for TV and surround sound systems etc, does anyone really need a secondary connection for sound from consoles & DVD etc? Especially as optical isn't capable of the newest sound format - HD sound from Blu-Ray.

The only use I have for them is from TV to AV Receiver for TV sound only and from the Sky+HD box, which just isn't capable of 5.1 sound via HDMI only




I still use optical on my PS3 to my Onkyo AVR...then HDMI to TV. I prefer the flexibility of being able to use it without surround sound for late night use if i want. Lack of HD audio from PS3 isn't an issue as i have a standalone BluRay player.


Does your Onkyo not do "passthru" ? I have a Yamaha DSP-Z7 which copes with HDMI only for the flexibility you mention.


I don't leave my kit in standby....(young kids fiddle with things with little glowing lights :-))
#15
Uridium
TheBiker
Uridium
TheBiker
With HDMI connection (Capable of sound & picture) so widespread these days for TV and surround sound systems etc, does anyone really need a secondary connection for sound from consoles & DVD etc? Especially as optical isn't capable of the newest sound format - HD sound from Blu-Ray.

The only use I have for them is from TV to AV Receiver for TV sound only and from the Sky+HD box, which just isn't capable of 5.1 sound via HDMI only



I still use optical on my PS3 to my Onkyo AVR...then HDMI to TV. I prefer the flexibility of being able to use it without surround sound for late night use if i want. Lack of HD audio from PS3 isn't an issue as i have a standalone BluRay player.

Does your Onkyo not do "passthru" ? I have a Yamaha DSP-Z7 which copes with HDMI only for the flexibility you mention.

I don't leave my kit in standby....(young kids fiddle with things with little glowing lights :-))

Tell me about it. I once spent a day trying to locate a fault with my speakers, only to find my youngest daughter had set the speaker select button to the off position :(
#16
Geemac
Uridium
TheBiker
Uridium
TheBiker
With HDMI connection (Capable of sound & picture) so widespread these days for TV and surround sound systems etc, does anyone really need a secondary connection for sound from consoles & DVD etc? Especially as optical isn't capable of the newest sound format - HD sound from Blu-Ray.

The only use I have for them is from TV to AV Receiver for TV sound only and from the Sky+HD box, which just isn't capable of 5.1 sound via HDMI only




I still use optical on my PS3 to my Onkyo AVR...then HDMI to TV. I prefer the flexibility of being able to use it without surround sound for late night use if i want. Lack of HD audio from PS3 isn't an issue as i have a standalone BluRay player.


Does your Onkyo not do "passthru" ? I have a Yamaha DSP-Z7 which copes with HDMI only for the flexibility you mention.


I don't leave my kit in standby....(young kids fiddle with things with little glowing lights :-))


Tell me about it. I once spent a day trying to locate a fault with my speakers, only to find my youngest daughter had set the speaker select button to the off position :(


Still if it gets them interested in quality AV equipment at a young age...

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