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Digital Coax Phono to Phono, 1.5 metre only £1.45 delivered @ John Lewis

£1.45 @ John Lewis
Digital Coax Phono to Phono, 1.5 metre as title says, this is very cheap would be good for xbox owners who want surround sound. used to be £10
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8y, 3m agoFound 8 years, 3 months ago
Digital Coax Phono to Phono, 1.5 metre as title says, this is very cheap would be good for xbox owners who want surround sound.

used to be £10
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#1
Voted lukewarm, hot for price, but one snag......

Whether you are referring to the original Xbox or theXbox 360, both take optical output not coax!

So misleading info unfortunately for Xbox (both kinds) owners....

Otherwise a great deal for a Digital coax lead for sure.
#2
cicobuff
Voted lukewarm, hot for price, but one snag......

Whether you are referring to the original Xbox or theXbox 360, both take optical output not coax!

So misleading info unfortunately for Xbox (both kinds) owners....

Otherwise a great deal for a Digital coax lead for sure.


There is only optical out on an Xbox360 splitter lead is there not?
#3
sorry yes i was thinking of wrong lead but still a steal at this price
#4
Nice One

Just what I needed. Thanks
#5
It don't state the quality

Could it be oxygen free?
#6
Can this be used on the wii?
#7
nikkipink
Can this be used on the wii?


Wii only has encoding through an AV receiver via two phono leads, and can only support Dolby Pro Logic only. So no.
#8
Ascot
It don't state the quality

Could it be oxygen free?


The use of 'oxygen free' (OFC) in cable advertising is just marketing BS.

Copper cables made of thin strands are, virtually without exception, ALL this type.

It is a manufacturing process used to make cables FLEXIBLE and isn't related to audio performance.

The manufacturing process was developed to make cables more flexible and less brittle for use in tight windings on transformers, motors and coils etc.
banned#9
Thanks - needed one to plug my wii into my sound system - voted hot!

Surely, two of these, plus http://*********.co.uk/2-x-RCA-MALE-TO-RCA-FEMALE-PHONO-ADAPTERS-CCTV-OWL7_W0QQitemZ290286801587QQcmdZViewItemQQptZUK_CCTV?hash=item290286801587&_trksid=p3286.c0.m14&_trkparms=72%3A1301|66%3A2|65%3A12|39%3A1|240%3A1318 will allow you to connect your wii to a sound system

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