Learn more Download now Shop now Shop now Shop now Shop now Shop now Shop now Shop now Shop now Learn More Shop now Learn more Shop Fire Shop Kindle Learn More Shop now Shop now Learn more

Please make sure that you've entered a valid question. You can edit your question or post anyway.
Please enter a question.
Showing 1-10 of 39 questions
Sort:
  • 5
    vote

    votes
Answer:
There is no benefit whatsoever. Nevermind the clutching at straws with regard to the fit. The gold look is entirely to trick people into thinking it's something special.
By Tristan Downing on 21 December 2014
  • 1
    vote

    votes
Answer:
i'm using this atm from my lg tv to edifier speakers. they are working quite aright for me
By Amazon Customer on 04 August 2015
  • 1
    vote

    votes
Answer:
Yes the Sonos Bar requires an optical cable and this is an optical cable. I have just done further checking an apparently the sound bar already comes with an optical cable in the box, so you might be able to save some money.
By Mark Norville on 17 August 2015
  • 1
    vote

    votes
Answer:
It's a case of common sense - obviously, a sharp bend will not be good. I'm using it to carry sound from a haswell iMac to an analog 2.0 stereo system (remember them?) via an optical in DAC box. I was surprised how thick and well made the cable is and there are a few 90 degree bends on my 10 metre run - a radius of 5cm… see more It's a case of common sense - obviously, a sharp bend will not be good. I'm using it to carry sound from a haswell iMac to an analog 2.0 stereo system (remember them?) via an optical in DAC box. I was surprised how thick and well made the cable is and there are a few 90 degree bends on my 10 metre run - a radius of 5cm/2inches presents no problem in signal/quality loss that I can hear. I would imagine 2cm radius would be about as tight as I would go with this cable. see less It's a case of common sense - obviously, a sharp bend will not be good. I'm using it to carry sound from a haswell iMac to an analog 2.0 stereo system (remember them?) via an optical in DAC box. I was surprised how thick and well made the cable is and there are a few 90 degree bends on my 10 metre run - a radius of 5cm/2inches presents no problem in signal/quality loss that I can hear. I would imagine 2cm radius would be about as tight as I would go with this cable.
By dhiren smiles on 20 August 2015
  • 1
    vote

    votes
Answer:
As long as they both have optical connectors, should not be a problem.
By kevandjen115 on 21 February 2015
  • 0
    vote

    votes
Answer:
9mm cable clips should do just fine
By David sparks on 08 July 2016
  • 0
    vote

    votes
Answer:
Using a optical cable with my Lg tele and Lg sound bar its great but make sure you buy a long enough cable of good quality
By MALCOLM GIBBS on 02 January 2017
  • 0
    vote

    votes
Answer:
The length has no meaning with fibre, it means that as long as the light gets there then you will have quality sound. The distances are limited but laser light is so good that you'll be traveling miles before it has an issue. Then there is an issue with damaged fibre, if you bend it too much it can shatter making the c… see more The length has no meaning with fibre, it means that as long as the light gets there then you will have quality sound. The distances are limited but laser light is so good that you'll be traveling miles before it has an issue. Then there is an issue with damaged fibre, if you bend it too much it can shatter making the cable useless.
The final thing that can have an issue is the light source it's self. A cheap light will have an issue, that's why quality lasers are used.
Warning never look into a cable as it can damage your sight. Use a card to bounce light off to ensure light is going through.
Don't fall for currys trick saying that there's is gold plated. If light can conduct electricity then they have broken some law of physics. Gold plated will do nothing. Hence why I buy my cables from reputable dealers.
Enjoy! My cable is fantastic. I hope you get the same satisfaction. see less
The length has no meaning with fibre, it means that as long as the light gets there then you will have quality sound. The distances are limited but laser light is so good that you'll be traveling miles before it has an issue. Then there is an issue with damaged fibre, if you bend it too much it can shatter making the cable useless.
The final thing that can have an issue is the light source it's self. A cheap light will have an issue, that's why quality lasers are used.
Warning never look into a cable as it can damage your sight. Use a card to bounce light off to ensure light is going through.
Don't fall for currys trick saying that there's is gold plated. If light can conduct electricity then they have broken some law of physics. Gold plated will do nothing. Hence why I buy my cables from reputable dealers.
Enjoy! My cable is fantastic. I hope you get the same satisfaction.

By MarkM-D on 14 November 2014
  • 0
    vote

    votes
Answer:
The optical lead connects between your TV and the sound equipment, in my case a sound bar. I guess that you will use an hdmi lead to connect fire tv to your TV. I don't know if the fire tv will have an optical sound output.
By Eric J on 20 October 2014
  • 0
    vote

    votes
Answer:
As I understand it:
S/PDIF is the communication standard.
Toslink is the connector type for fibre optic cables as opposed to RCA connectors for coaxial cables.… see more
As I understand it:
S/PDIF is the communication standard.
Toslink is the connector type for fibre optic cables as opposed to RCA connectors for coaxial cables.
Either version will still carry the S/PDIF signal. see less
As I understand it:
S/PDIF is the communication standard.
Toslink is the connector type for fibre optic cables as opposed to RCA connectors for coaxial cables.
Either version will still carry the S/PDIF signal.

By PO on 25 May 2017