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KabelDirekt – 15 feet – Optical Digital Audio Cable (Fiber Optic, TOSLINK, Male to Male, Home Theater, Gold Plated, for PlayStation/PS4 & Xbox – Pro Series)

Price:PKR. 4,177.00 /

Asin: B00DI89YAI
Product weight: 7.2 Pounds
Product dimentsions: 6.1 x 1.3 x 4.7 inch
Cost Break Down
Size: 15 feet KabelDirekt Optical Digital Audio Cable (15 Feet) Home Theater Fiber Optic Toslink Male to Male Gold Plated Optical Cables Best For Playstation & Xbox - Pro Series
Product Dimensions
6.1 x 1.3 x 4.7 inches
Item Weight
7.2 ounces
Item model number
Is Discontinued By Manufacturer
Date First Available
June 18, 2013
Joseph D. Price
Rating:5.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on November 28, 2016

Review:I purchased this product to use to replace the ARC (Audio Return Channel) of HDMI 1 on my 2015 Vizio M55-C2 55" 4K Ultra-HD TV. The ARC functionality worked for a while, and then when I switched cable companies, I had to do a Factory Reset on the TV to get the HDMI to go through. When I did that, it messed up the ARC. As the Vizio M55-C2, like most Vizio TVs, passes Dolby Digital Surround from the Optical to the receiver, this worked perfectly. Now, if I choose to use the Amazon, Netflix, or Vudu apps on the TV for the 4K functionality, the audio passes perfectly from the TV to my audio receiver via this TOSLINK cable. Note that I am doing this setup to delay purchasing a new audio receiver that has HDCP 2.2 encryption functionality. The 15-foot length was perfect to run from the TV, down a cable hiding system, and to my receiver with some room to spare. While HDMI ARC functionality is great, you only need HDMI for audio purposes if you're passing Dolby TrueHD, Dolby Atmos, or another lossless audio from a Blu-Ray, Ultra Blu-Ray, or VUDU 4K stream that has Dolby Atmos. If you're only passing Dolby Digital 5.1 Plus or comparable, then a TOSLINK will work fine for your needs. If your goal is to have 4K functionality with lossless audio pass through an A/V receiver, then your receiver has to have the HDCP 2.2 encryption passing through HDMI 2.0 or better. Other note from something I just recently learned. If you have a 6.1 or 7.1 setup and your audio feed is Dolby Digital 5.1 Plus, do not set your audio receiver to "AUTO." Check to see if you have the Dolby Digital Extended soundfield. I learned that even if it says Dolby Digital 5.1, there is a rear center channel encoded into the audio channel and if you set to EXTENDED, your rear center channel will activate and receive the sound. More can be learned here: [...] Good luck! Read more

Rating:5.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on January 18, 2018

Review:I recently purchase a sound bar for a TV I have and the optical card that came with it is very flimsy. I went to my local Walmart to see if they had a better one in stock, they did but it was a little too much for my liking. I'm glad I did some research and found that Amazon had many in stock of different brands. I went with this company because of the customer feedback and cause of the build quality. I have mine and I'm no longer afraid of having to remove it to switch to another device if need be. Build Quality 5 out of 5 Customer Support 5 out of 5 Length & Width 5 out of 5 Read more

Rating:5.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on December 10, 2018

Review:Once upon a time I purchased a Blue rigger cable from amazon. It worked great for a long time (and still does). Then I upgrade my PC mobo and it came with a better sound card capable of pushing 24 bit at 192 Khz (can even do 32 actually.. but that's not necessary, I hear). My Audio equipment is fantastic: Audioengine A5+, S8 Subwoofer and D1 DAC. Once I connected my new Mobo, I realized my Blue Rigger TOSLINK wasn't able to push higher than 24 bit at 96 Khz; basically the same frequency as the USB connection for the D1. That's where this cable comes in. Some googling and audiophile reading later, I realized I needed to upgrade the cabling. I got higher gauge RCAs and finally replaced the TOSLINK with this cable. Pros: I can get the full spec 24 bit at 192 Khz with my Asus mobo Realtek Audio card running through the D1 DAC to my Audioengine speakers. The cable is priced right. There were others for much more. I don't think it's worth it; at least for my ears. Others might disagree but when it comes to sound, it is very subjective and so to each their own. I read the Q&A on this product and others had answered that it can push the full frequency at 192 Khz. I can add to that and say; Yes it can with my equipment. Cons: nothing yet; Overall I'm happy with the purchase and sound I can get out of this cable for the price. P.S It came with a warranty card that had German and English instructions (LOL). It's made in China but who cares if it works. Read more

Rating:5.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on April 1, 2018

Review:This is a very nicely made, clearly quality interconnect and an unbelievably low price. I have it inserted into my high end audio system, here just in one input to a Spectral Preamp from an OPPO DAC which is connected with this Toslink to a Sonos Connect box to bypass the Sonos' DAC. The Sonos file library is all in .wav, format, with no compression, burned in via iTunes. All varieties of classical music sound essentially as good as the original CD's played via a Spectral CD player, as the OPPO DAC is absolutely first rate. I borrowed a friend's Toslink cable, from a major manufacturer, that cost almost 20x as much, and heard no difference at all. I was judging overall "naturalness" of the sound, resolution, soundstage presentation. Bottom line: Highly recommended buy. No need to waste money on a high-priced alternative, or to search elsewhere! (No conflict of interest, as disclosure). Read more

Rating:5.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on July 12, 2018

Review:I recently purchased a 6-foot KabelDirekt Optical Digital TOSLINK Cable with a very fine and powerful Sony STR-ZA3000ES audio video receiver and exceptionally talented Sony Core Series SSCS5 speakers for upgrading the sound and video components of our home theater system that includes a very old but incredibly reliable Vizio Jive 50-inch plasma television with old but functional optical input and output connections. The KabelDirekt Optical cable fit perfectly from the old Vizio Jive's optical output socket to the new Sony ES AV receiver's optical input socket. The physical fit is precisely right and the sound I am hearing is perfect through the KabelDirekt Optical cable. It is made of excellent materials and build quality, and it looks great. Delivery was right on time and it arrived in good, sturdy box packaging and in good condition. I highly recommend this KabelDirekt optical cable. I hope this helps. Read more


Date:Reviewed in Canada on September 23, 2020

Review:Had problem with refund. This cable was outperformed by cheap and basic Sony optical cable. The 24k "gold" connectors do nothing for the optical cable performance! . Read more


Date:Reviewed in Mexico on November 26, 2020

Review:En algunos equipos, es mejor evitar el sonido a través de HDMI y usar el cable óptico, muy recomendado si es de interés la fidelidad y calidad del sonido Read more

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Date:Reviewed in Mexico on August 6, 2020

Review:El cable es excelente y lo uso para enviar la señal de un Blue ray a un convertido rca y de allí a un transmisor con 3.5 mm. El sonido es excelente... Read more

James K Tsang

Date:Reviewed in Canada on August 26, 2020

Review:The best optical cable I had so far. I could hear more sound coming off CD player to DAC. Clean and more harmonized sound. Read more

Andrea Cummings

Date:Reviewed in Mexico on January 11, 2021

Review:La calidad de material es buena, sin embargo viene muy grueso de las puntos lo que hace que muy fácil se desprenda de los equipos ya no encaja de manera correcta. Read more