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Cablesson 2m Composite AV Cable Excellent quality cable

The Cablesson 2m Composite AV Cable allows you to connect a DVD player of gaming console to a TV. Provides audio and video solution in one cable. To use this 2m Composite AV Cable, your display must be a high definition display. The 2m Composite AV Cable doesn’t contain the chip to convert digital signals to analog signals, it only work with devices that can already convert digital signals to analog signals. This type of Composite AV cable, depending on your connection between reliable audio / video components. This copper conductor provides high accuracy with minimal resistance signal transmission. Nickel-plated connectors establish a clean contact between a reliable connection cables and connectors. Digital Coaxial Cable used for dolby Digital and DTS sound. Perfect for connecting DVD Player etc to Amplifier/Hi-fi Transfers the Digital Audio Signal Also referred to as Spdif Connections

Technical Details

  • Provides an audio and video solution in one cable
  • Double-shielding provides isolation from interference
  • Premium Quality Gold plated Composite AV cable
  • Composite cable for standard TV output.
  • AV Cable Type: Audio/Video Cable
  • Length: 2 Meter

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Cable is designed specifically for today’s hi-performance home entertainment products

Kaiser 7.5 Metres / 7.5m Optical Cable gets the most out of your digital audio gear for rich, detailed sound, even at extreme volumes. Hdmi Cable is designed specifically for today’s hi-performance home entertainment products. TosLink™ and EIA-J compatible and delivers highly accurate digital information. The Kaiser Optical Cable to excel in providing very high details, sound-stage, imaging, transparency and focus. With a unique SR (Stress Relief), which offers less bending on the optical cable to allow the cable to excel with even lower signal loss. On high end equipment, they sound clean but too lean, the very low end being detailed and tight but not as ‘there’ as the rest of the spectrum. A (very) mild hardness in the upper midrange, especially on female voices. The lead-in of instrumental attack is a little sloppy (piano, drums, guitar, etc.). Cable is designed specifically for today’s hi-performance home entertainment products. 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. The Kaiser 7.5 Metres / 7.5m Optical Cable gets the most out of your digital audio gear for rich, detailed sound, even at extreme volumes. Great Offers Ultra flexible triple layer protective jacket for advanced protection High grade fibre optic core for the clearest, most accurate digital audio transmisson Sturdy, gold plated metal connector body for added strength Compatible with all optical SPDIF equipped devices which use the TosLink / optical SPDIF interface Designed for home theatre and professional AV installations.

Specifications Detail

  • Designed for home theatre and professional AV installations
  • Cable Length: 7.5 Metre / 7.5m Optical Cable
  • Compatible with all optical SPDIF equipped devices which use the TosLink / optical SPDIF interface
  • High grade fibre optic core with bronze ferrule for the clearest, most accurate digital audio transmission
  • Ultra flexible triple layer protective jacket for advanced protection
  • Sturdy, gold plated metal connector body for added strength
  • Fully quality tested
  • Unique Stress Relief
  • Available in lengths from 1 Metre to 10 Metres

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Detailed Sound, Even at Extreme Volumes with Kaiser Optical Cable

The NEW Kaiser5 Metres/5m Optical Cable is a multi-mode (Multi core) cable and has a little bit bigger diameter, with a common diameters in the 50-to-100 micron range for the light carry component. This advantage allows the Kaiser Optical Cable to excel in providing very high details, sound-stage, imaging, transparency and focus. With a unique SR (Stress Relief), which offers less bending on the optical cable to allow the cable to excel with even lower signal loss. Optical Cables are specifically designed to offer class leading performance at an affordable price – without compromise. This is why HDMI cables and interconnects are recommended by so many of the world’s leading manufacturers of hi-fi and home cinema equipment. HDMI Profile Precision optical cable has been designed to connect and transfer digital video and digital audio signals between DVD Player, Digital TV box or Game Console to the following components: Amplifier or Receiver. A great solution for DTS® and Dolby® Digital surround sound, Blue Series Digital Optical Audio Cables use superior-grade optical fiber to deliver better clarity and a more natural sound from your digital audio video components. So if you’re serious about your home theatre system, you know the importance of using quality sound cables. With no distortion or signal interference, the Kaiser 5 Metres/5m Optical Cable gets the most out of your digital audio gear for rich, detailed sound, even at extreme volumes.

Technical Details

  • 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 for the clearest, most accurate digital audio transmisson
  • Ultra flexible triple layer protective jacket for advanced protection
  • Sturdy, gold plated metal connector body for added strength

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Compatible with all optical SPDIF equipped devices which use the TosLink / optical SPDIF interface

Ivuna 3m Optical Cable  Length is of  3 Metre / 3m Optical Cable. This cable is designed for home theatre and professional AV installations. It will reveal nuances that make articulate, reference quality audio sound even better! Ivuna 3m Optical Cable  is designed to give you an undistorted,  smooth, dynamic and clear performance for all your digital sound needs. The plug’s brass ferrule provides ideal light transmission and the highest quality sound.

No need to bother with high-end cable.  Simple: the signal can’t be improved, but it can be damaged. Significantly. A lesser-quality cable leaves your signal wide-open to instabilities. Ivuna 3m Optical Cable  is designed specifically for today’s hi-performance home entertainment products. TosLink™ and EIA-J compatible and delivers highly accurate digital information.

 

 

 

 

Specifications

  • Termination: Brass Ferrule
  • Dielectric: PVC
  • Conductor: Finely Polished, Low-Distortion, Synthetic Polymer Fiber
  • Jacket: Black/Clear
  • Ivuna 3m Optical Cable  designed for home theatre and professional AV installations
  • Cable Length: 3 Metre / 3m Optical Cable
  • SKY, SKY+, PS3, BLU-RAY compatible and all products with the Toslink/ Optical connection
  • Compatible with all optical SPDIF equipped devices which use the TosLink / optical SPDIF interface
  • Great for installers wanting a quality Digital cable.
  • Toslink to Toslink Digital Optical


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Cablesson Ivuna Optical 7.5m/7.5 Metre cable is constructed for precise, high bandwidth signal transfer.

Cablesson Ivuna Optical 7.5m/7.5 Metre cable is designed to give you an undistorted , dynamic, smooth and clear performance for all your digital sound needs. The highly advanced design of this cable incorporates a special stress relief  mechanism that permits the cable to bend with minimum stress on the HDMI port when connected horizontally or vertically. Cablesson Ivuna Optical 7.5m/7.5 Metre cable is constructed  for precise, high bandwidth signal transfer.

Cablesson® HDMI cables are produced to provide pure digital signals without distortion or loss in signal. The plug’s brass ferrule provides ideal light transmission and the highest quality sound. Cablesson Ivuna Optical 7.5m/7.5 Metre cable Length: 7.5 Metre / 7.5m Optical Cable. We do not need to bother with a high-end cable.  Simple: the signal can’t be improved, but it can be damaged. Significantly. A lesser-quality cable leaves your signal wide-open to instabilities.

Specifications

  • Dielectric: PVC
  • Jacket: Black/Clear
  • Cablesson Ivuna Optical 7.5m/7.5 Metre cable Length: 7.5 Metre / 7.5m Optical Cable
  • Termination: Brass Ferrule
  • Cablesson Ivuna Optical 7.5m/7.5 Metre cable is designed for home theatre and professional AV installations
  • Toslink to Toslink Digital Optical
  • It is compatible with all optical SPDIF equipped devices which use the TosLink / optical SPDIF interface
  • SKY, SKY+, PS3, BLU-RAY compatible and all products with the Toslink/ Optical connection
  • Great for installers wanting a quality Digital cable
  • Conductor: Finely Polished, Low-Distortion, Synthetic Polymer Fiber

 

 

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The Kaiser 2m hdmi cables have been designed to meet the high bandwidth performance standards set by HDMI 1.4

The Kaiser 2m hdmi cables have been designed to meet the high bandwidth performance standards set by HDMI 1.4. Cablesson® Hdmi cables are constructed to the highest quality with full triple layer shielding from end to end, strong, solid wire welds and the highest quality materials including high purity copper, gold plated connectors and tin plated conduits. Cablesson® kaiser 2 Metre / 2m HDMI Cables are produced to provide pure digital signals without distortion or loss in signal. They are made with Mylar foil to provide the best insulation possible. Don’t settle for less when selecting your HDMI cables. Specification Length:2 Metre / 2m HDMI Cable Speed: High-Speed with Ethernet(Cat 2) AWG:28AWG (High Grade Cable) Metal Die-cast casing. Nitrogen gas-injected dielectric with quad-shielding for maximum signal strength.  The HDMI Ethernet Channel will allow an Internet-enabled HDMI device to share its Internet connection with other HDMI devices without the need for a separate Ethernet cable. The new feature will also provide the connection platform to allow HDMI-enabled devices to share content between devices. Audio Return Channel The new specification will add an Audio Return Channel that will reduce the number of cables required to deliver audio upstream for processing and playback. Absolutely zero data loss will occur through the use of this Cable. It can be used with high specification HDMI (V.1.4 with Deep Colour) devices/cables with no risk of reduced performance.

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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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Free Giveaway! show iCal events on desk top with iDeskCal

Developed by HashBang Industries, it is a $12.99 application that embeds your iCal calendars right on your Mac’s desktop. When you turn your computer on – bam! – there it is. It’s impossible to miss and doesn’t get in the way, which is exactly what forgetful neat-freaks like myself need. And if the screen is littered with open windows, just invoke Exposé with a simple keystroke to temporarily show the desktop. Events are listed by day with their times and are even color-coded to help identify which calendar they belong to. Pending To Do items are listed separately off to the side as well.

While iDeskCal is running, an icon is displayed in the menu bar (and/or the Dock if you choose to enable it). A number of options reside in this menu, including the ability to add events to iCal without ever opening the program itself. A semi-transparent window floats on top of the screen with all the fields required to create new events. Also accessible from iDeskCal’s menu bar icon is a To Do manager that lets users add, edit, and delete To Do tasks – again, without launching iCal.

One of the great things about iDeskCal is that it’s highly customizable. The developer doesn’t force a particular style or appearance on you – many visual choices are user-configurable. Going to Preferences in the menu bar drop-down displays a slew of choices for font, text size, text color, position on the screen, and background opacity. Since iDeskCal sits on top of the desktop wallpaper image, these settings will likely need to be changed to match your personal preference.

After spending some time with iDeskCal, I’m confident in saying that it has changed my daily life for the better. Being able to show iCal events on the desktop has already saved me from forgetting one birthday and will surely continue to do so as time goes on. If you’re a regular user of iCal who has a Mac running 10.5 or 10.6, I see no reason for you not to give iDeskCal’s 14-day free trial  a shot. The  convenience and productivity improvements it brings will surely convince you to put down $12.99 for a full license.

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Intel predicts optical future for consumer gadgets with 10Gb/s Light Peak interface

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Though it may not make it into everyone’s ‘top ten’ list of most desirable technological developments, replacing the spaghetti-junction of wires that typically gathers behind a desk or workspace would undoubtedly be a welcome advance. Wireless peripherals are helping the situation somewhat and wireless power will be a massive boon once perfected, but in the meantime we’re looking to technologies like optical cables to handle high-volume data transfer. Intel’s recent research in this area should be of particular interest, since it’s designed to replace or augment connections used in consumer-based electronics, such as USB2.0, HDMI, Firewire, DVI and the like.

Codenamed ‘Light Peak’, this high-speed optical cable is just 125 microns thick – or around that of a human hair – and will begin transferring data at 10Gb/s, though it is expandable to scale up to 100Gb/s over the next decade. Compare this to the recently certified USB3.0 and you’ll find the optical solution to be twice as fast, but speed isn’t the only benefit of the new technology.

Light Peak will also be capable of handling multiple protocols at once over a single cable, so running a digital camera, MP3 player, set of speakers and a display simultaneously should be perfectly possible. Being optical, it isn’t subject to electromagnetic interference so performs even at lengths up to 100m, and because it is being manufactured in volume, it will work out around 30 times cheaper than traditional Telecom optical modules.

Since modern consumer peripherals aren’t capable of actually writing data at equivalent speeds, Light Peak’s multi-protocol benefits are likely to be the most immediate for consumers, and the first step will be to facilitate its adoption into electronic devices to create a new technology standard.

Intel is currently working with optical device manufacturers to test and perfect the technology for the consumer market and plans to begin shipments in 2010, 50 years after the first laser was invented.

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