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Toslink with Medical-Grade Light-Conducting Fiber
First Toslink That's 'As Good As Digital Coaxial'
If you're depending on a Toslink optical connection in your home theater or hi-fi system, make sure you trust your equipment to a high-quality cable. Otherwise you might miss the full performance that your components are capable of delivering. And that could mean a less-than-convincing surround sound theater experience.
"For the first time, a Toslink cable seemed to sound at least as good as some of the dedicated digital coaxial cables I use," marvels Deon Schoeman in South Africa A/V Guide. "In both my AV and stereo systems, the Analysis Plus unit appeared to deliver greater accuracy, improved fine detail, and better soundstage integration."
Highly Flexible Light Transmission Medium
The Analysis Plus Toslink Optical Digital Cable is made from medical-grade light-conducting fiber. This premium material has excellent light-transfer characteristics, and unlike glass it will not microscopically fracture when the cable is bent or flexed.
And speaking of flex, this cable is incredibly flexible, making it great for snaking through tight spots in custom installations or crowded equipment racks. The cable body a mere 8-mm thick.
The metal-body Toslink connector at each end helps block EMI/EMC interference for maximum signal integrity, and maximum enjoyment of your digital source material.