Cable-Tex - Optical digital Audio Lead SPDIF ToSLink Cable 1M £1.99 sold by PC Arena @ Play - HotUKDeals
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Digital optical audio cable, 1m.

For use to link SKY, Freeview,Virgin & Blurays to your surround sound.

Most hight street stockists are charging a lot more for basic accessories like this :-

Argos -# 15.99
Currys #15.99
Maplin #11.98

Good reputation also.,

There may be some better speced items out there but if you are after a cheap cable to link up your home media worth a shot....
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Oooh cheapness. Have some heat.

You do realise this will end up being 20 pages of comments about not being gold plated or shielded right?! Event though it's optical SOMEONE will say it....
Honestly with the reputation this trader seems to have it is cheap!! TBH yes, but at the end of the day can you go wrong for less than a pint?
Hot, just what I needed, ordered 3. Thanks
Poundland is half this price ...
No worries Tightget!!
No problem with Poundland ones :p and whats a Tightget :|

Edited By: Geemac on Jun 05, 2011 18:55
Cold I'm afraid...nothing wrong with the £1 cheapo's from Poundland.
Poundland is half this price ...

what is this? :S
David Gill
what is this? :S

TOSLINK (from "Toshiba Link"[2]) is a standardized optical fiber connection system.[3] Also known generically as an "optical audio cable," its most common use is in consumer audio equipment (via a "digital optical" socket), where it carries a digital audio stream from components such as MiniDisc, CD and DVD players, DAT recorders, computers, and modern video game consoles, to an AV receiver that can decode the stream of audio and output it through a set of loudspeakers. Although TOSLINK supports several different media formats and physical standards, digital audio connections using the rectangular EIAJ/JEITA RC-5720 (also CP-1201 and JIS C5974-1993 F05) connector are by far the most common.[4] The optical signal is a red light, with a peak wavelength λ of 650 nm.[2] Depending on the type of modulated signal being carried, other optical wavelengths may be present.[4]

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