Belkin's Digital Toslink Optical Audio Cable uses superior-grade optical fiber to deliver better clarity and a more natural sound from your digital audio video components. Connect to any AV equipment for full digital sound. The included Toslink adapter connects to any 3.5mm digital optical audio line-out jack—perfect for connecting Apple TV or Mac computers to AV receivers or TVs.
- Includes line-out adapter to connect to your MacBook Pro
- Multi-core optical fibers drastically reduce jitter/signal distortion for exceptional sonic accuracy
- Premium-quality, multi-core audio fiber
- Precision polished optical terminations create stronger signals and better high frequencies for the cleanest audio
- Integrated strain relief and abrasion-resistant, flexible PVC jacket protects against wire damage
- Compatible with Apple TV and all high-definition video components
Did you notice?The superior-grade optical fiber construction delivers better clarity and a more natural sound.
Apple Recommends ForGet the most out of your audio components when connected to your Apple TV, Mac, AV receiver, HDTV, Blu-ray/DVD player, or cable/satellite box.
What's in the Box?
- Belkin 6' Digital Toslink Cable with Line-Out Adapter
- Connections: Optical
- Length: 6.0 ft./1.83 m
- Mfr. Part Number: AV10091eb06-APL
- UPC or EAN No.: 722868837665
- Note: Products sold through this website that do not bear the Apple Brand name are serviced and supported exclusively by their manufacturers in accordance with terms and conditions packaged with the products. Apple's Limited Warranty does not apply to products that are not Apple-branded, even if packaged or sold with Apple products. Please contact the manufacturer directly for technical support and customer service.
- Warranty: Lifetime
Ratings & Reviews
Works Like a Charm
Bought my first of these cables to connect an Airport Express to a A/V receiver via an optical input on the receiver. Using this f Bought my first of these cables to connect an Airport Express to a A/V receiver via an optical input on the receiver. Using this for a couple of things. One is to run Airplay from my main Mac to a this room, 2nd is to use airplay off my phone or iPad when I am in the room to play music. It works wonderful. Sound quality is really very good. Great little tool. Am now ordering the 2nd one which I will use at the office to connect my Macbook pro to a ZVOX sound system. Then I can run my music from iTunes and get some good quality sound. This will beat a bluetooth solution by a country mile. …
- Written by John G from Chandler
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Questions & Answers
Answers from the community
Connected ATV to analog projector with HDMI adapter - but do not have any audio. Can I use this Toslink to go from ATV into projector to get audio?
- Asked by Sharon C from Pensacola
- Oct 17, 2014
Which has the best audio reproduction, the optical or HDMI connection?
- Asked by Richard C from Greenlawn
- Aug 19, 2012
Ofcourse the HDMI output will provide the best audio reproduction.
The TOSLINK optical output is Ofcourse the HDMI output will provide the best audio reproduction.
The TOSLINK optical output is limited to provide the uncompressed 2 channel PCM audio and compressed 5.1 audio LPCM. Whereas if you connect the HDMI output to an AV receivers which can support the DTS HD Master Audio, you can enjoy the uncompressed 24 bit / 192 kHz sample audio.
Hope this helps. …
- Answered by Raghuvaran P
- Sep 25, 2012
Would this be the correct cable to use to connect Airport Express to my home stereo system?
- Asked by An N from Toronto
- Jul 8, 2012
You can use this cable to connect your Airport Express to your home stereo (or theater) receiver if You can use this cable to connect your Airport Express to your home stereo (or theater) receiver if your receiver has an optical (AKA Toslink) digital input.
Apple Support has a How-To article about it, search for "How to set up and configure AirPort Express for AirPlay and iTunes"
The 3.5 mm output on the Airport Express is both analog and mini-Toslink optical, just like on a Mac.
The Airport Express has an internal Digital to Analog Converter (DAC) which provides the signal for the analog output. Experts report that the internal DAC sounds good, especially in early versions of the Express. My experience agrees with this. The DAC is however limited to CD quality output (16-bit PCM encoding at 44.1 kHz sampling rate) which means if you send it a higher resolution encoding it will be down sampled to 16-bit/44.1 kHz.
Whether to use the analog or digital connection to your receiver also depends on the quality of the DAC in your receiver (it has a DAC if it has any digital inputs).
When you use the optical cable to connect the Express to either a receiver or an external DAC+amplifier you bypass the Express' internal DAC and the external DAC receives the unconverted digital signal. If the receiver's DAC or external DAC is of higher quality/capability than the internal Express DAC you may be able to hear the difference. You can experiment with both the analog and digital out from Express to receiver to see which you prefer. …
- Answered by Edward A from Jacksonville
- Jun 13, 2013
is there a splicer for optical audio cable 2 females to male
- Asked by Jeffrey G
- Aug 31, 2013
Adapter, maybe? I hope you don't really mean splicer! Splicing fiber optics is not a task for mere m Adapter, maybe? I hope you don't really mean splicer! Splicing fiber optics is not a task for mere mortals.
Apple doesn't have one, and I doubt it would be easy to make without a repeater... dividing optical pulses is not like splitting a stream of electrons. If there is such a thing you would probably need to get it from an electronics supply house locally. …
- Answered by James R from Penfield
- Feb 25, 2014
my surround sound system is a bit old so doesnt have a Optical Audio cable input, is there any way of getting around this?
- Asked by Jeremy H
- Apr 21, 2012
Buy something like that:
Digital Coax & Optical Toslink to R/L Stereo Audio Converter
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Digital Coax & Optical Toslink to R/L Stereo Audio Converter
Find by google (canonot post link here). …
- Answered by Mario P from Scottsdale
- May 11, 2012