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Câble audio à fibres optiques, connecteur ODT (Toslink), text., 3,0 m

RÉFÉRENCE 00127113

Câbles Fibre optique

28,99 EUR Prix de vente TTC conseillé indicatif

Longueur

Particularité

  • Matériau conducteur de lumière de haute pureté, pour une transmission sans pertes des signaux lumineux
  • Pointe de fiche mâle à dorage dur

Plus de détails produit

  • Permet la transmission de signaux audio optiques numériques, par exemple d’un lecteur CD vers un amplificateur
  • Embout précis
  • Protection spéciale
  • BCM – Matériau transparent brillant
  • Dolby® | DTS™ 5.1/7.1

Test results

hifitest.de
02/15

Top class

Price/Performance: outstanding

"It is also pleasing that the high-quality Avinity optical cables are already available from 19.99 euros (0.75 meters) – a great recommendation for perfect optical audio connection."

digital home
01/15

Mark: 1.0; top class

Price/Performance: excellent; practical tip

"This “2-star” opto cable of superior quality is recommendable as an ideally suitable opto cable with stable kink protection and perfectly fitting Toslink plugs."

HiFi Test
01/15

Mark: 1.0; top class

Price/Performance: excellent; practical tip

"This “2-star” opto cable of superior quality is recommendable as an ideally suitable opto cable with stable kink protection and perfectly fitting Toslink plugs."

Heimkino
02-03/15

Outstanding; mark: 1.0

Price/Performance: excellent

"… a real recommendation for a perfect optical audio connection."

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