Techlink WiresMEDIA 3.5mm to Toslink Optical Cable 2M White
2M Techlink 726332 Toslink to 3.5mm Optical Jack Cable
By DPD On 14th Jul
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Clean & Clear Transmission
A digital cable with a 3.5mm connection and a standard Toslink connection for the transmission of a digital signal between personal media devices with a digital output to a Stereo or Home Cinema system.
The flexible outer jacket eliminates light reflection and protects from damage.
Precise fibre optic connections and tuned spectral attenuation for optimum signal admittance delivers higher sonic performance than standard analogue cables.
A special low-loss fibre core delivers clean, clear sound with enhanced transparency.
• Gold plated connectors.
• Length: 2m.
|Connector From||3.5mm TRS Jack (Male)|
|Connector To||Toslink (Male)|
Please note your statutory rights are not affected.
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- 24 months
- Return to base
- DOA Period:
- 28 days
- RTB Period:
- 24 months
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