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A digital optical cable designed and perfectly suited for connecting Apple MacBook, MacBook Pro or recent iMac or Mac Mini's to AV receivers and amplifiers, providing pure digital clarity of sound.
If you have a MacBook, MacBook Pro or recent iMac or Mac Mini then your computer is equipped with a mini TOSLink digital audio port which doubles as the headphone socket. This cable is designed to connect your equipment to amplifiers and AV receivers with digital audio in for surround sound and a better signal transfer than analogue.
Using this cable eliminates the need for adapters that can become dislodged & lost when connecting your computer via a normal digital optical cable by having a standard connector at one end and the mini connector suitable for many Apple products, Minidisc and other portable devices at the other.
The mid range of Fisual optical cables offers as always fantastic value for money as well as producing superb digital audio to really bring your movies and music to life.
While we do our best to keep this information up to date, please be aware that all specifications are subject to change by the manufacturer at any time.
Options from £7.99 to £12.99
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Designed to carry digital audio signals
Fibre is immune to electrical interference as opposed to oxygen-free copper (OFC) conductors