The XO Ultra 1m / 1 metre Optical Gold Cable has a 24K Gold Casing, and it is great for installers wanting a quality Digital sound cable.

The XO Ultra 1m / 1 metre Optical Gold Cable is a high goldspec digital optical TOSlink cable with Nylon Braiding, Superb quality and appearance for all standard Optical audio requirements including Sky, Sky+, Sky HD, Virgin TV, PS3, Xbox with Surround Sound systems and AV Amplifiers. The XO Ultra Optical Cable has a 24K Gold Casing, and it is great for installers wanting a quality Digital sound cable. 1 metre Optical TOSlink from HD interconnects. Super High performance with stylish design. Maximum quality for todays HD and Digital audio requirements. Ideal for HD Receivers, Playstation 3 and Blu-Ray. Full Dolby 5.1 transfer. A Gold grade Digital Audio Cable designed to send a very high quality audio signals to and from audio devices.  Great for all home theater setups.  The heavy duty cable used is specifically designed for digital audio signals and provides an ideal upgrade for home cinema and hi-fi systems. TosLink and EIA-J compatible and delivers highly accurate digital information. Constructed from a High Grade Light Conductive Core and insulated by a non-reflective black PVC dielectric, to help reduces jitters and improve resolution. High performance light signal transfer for digital audio high grade fiber optic core for accurate digital transmission our Optical Premium Pro Gold Series TosLink connector ensures connection integrity isimmune from noise interference. The XO Ultra Optical Cable has a 24K Gold Casing, and it is great for installers wanting a quality Digital sound cable. Use with Dolby Digital Receivers, Digital Signal Processors, DAT Machines, Divx Players, DVD players, Blu-Ray Players, CD players, DSS receivers, MINI Disc players/recorders, MP3 players, Sony Playstation 2 & 3, XBOX, XBOX 360, Video Projectors, Nintendo Wii, or any components that use normal full-size TOSLink connectors.


  • Designed for home theatre and professional AV installations
  • Compatible with all optical SPDIF equipped devices which use the TosLink / optical SPDIF interface
  • High grade fibre optic core with Gold ferrule for the clearest, most accurate digital audio transmission
  • Toslink to Toslink Digital Optical
  • Sturdy, gold plated metal connector body for added strength
  • SKY, SKY+, PS3, BLU-RAY compatible and all products with the Toslink/ Optical connection
  • Length: 1m / 1 Metre


Faster hookups for Digital Audio Cable, Coaxial Or Toslink?

Digital connections minimise cables and make wiring A/V sound simpler and easier. Instead of the two cables (for stereo) or even five cables (for surround) that would be needed for analogue audio connections there is just one cable, with no risk of getting channels swapped.

Choosing the Optical or Coaxial Digital Audio Interface
Many digital audio sources offer electrical and optical connections. An optical output cannot be directly connected to a coaxial (electrical) input or vice versa. The choice of which one to use is often made by what the audio destination accepts. If it takes only a coaxial electrical connection then coaxial is the only option, likewise if it only takes a Toslink optical input use an optical cable.

If an optical output has to drive an electrical input or vice versa, then optical/electrical and electrical/optical converter boxes are available, however they add complication to an A/V setup and need ther own mains power supply.

Do Optical or Electrical Connections Sound different?
Each type of connection can reliably transfer the digital data from source to receiver, so there is no good reason to expect a sonic difference. However, optical connections tend to have a lower bandwidth, which can smear data transitions, making it a little bit harder for the receiving device to recover the digital clock from the signal.

This can result in more digital clock jitter in the receiver, which can theoretically impair the accuracy of the output of a digital to analogue converter. Whether or not this has a sonic impact depends on the implementation of the receiving device. It shouldn’t make any difference to the sound, but some audiophiles assert that there are slight sonic differences between optical and electrical connections. Those who feel this is an issue will do their own listening tests – the cost of the cables is not great!

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