Fiber Optical Digital audio cable
Toslink, FO-5 and EIA-JMost modern audio equipment uses a digital format to record and play audio. CD optical disc players and MP3 devices deliver the digital format to a user in analog form. But when transferring audio content between devices, the best way to preserve quality is to send it as digital signals through a digital-audio interface. For this purpose, optical fiber, compared to coaxial wire, is superior because it's immune to electrical interference that can deteriorate the quality of the digital signal.
IFO offers a diverse line of optical fibers. Many of our standard lengths are not available from anyone else. Each item offers advantages, depending on user application. All offer outstanding quality for transmitting optical digital audio.
(One of the first developers of the optical fiber link for digital audio was Toshiba. Its TOSLINK ("Toshiba" plus "link") approach was widely adopted by other manufacturers and has become synonymous with optical digital audio connectors.)
Digital Audio Cables, w Heavy Duty Dual-jacket Fiber
Toslink metal connectors, standard 1.0 mm POF core, 5.0 mm dual-jacket PE/PVC - GHTT4001 Continue>