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StarTech.com 10 ft. (3 m) Toslink to Mini Toslink Cable – Toslink to Mini Plug – Digital Audio Cable – Black – Toslink Cable (THINTOSMIN10)

$5.74

(13 customer reviews)
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  • Delivers the most accurate bitstream transfer for the clearest and smoothest sound from your digital audio device
  • Ultra thin flexible PVC jacket construction makes installation very easy even in hard to reach areas
  • Metal shell connector designed for lifelong durability
  • Ultra thin and light weight
  • Ideal for installations where space is tight or limited
  • High resolution digital cable with Toslink Mini-Plug connectors offer the most acurate digital audio signal transfer for maximum audio clarity and resolutio

Specification: StarTech.com 10 ft. (3 m) Toslink to Mini Toslink Cable – Toslink to Mini Plug – Digital Audio Cable – Black – Toslink Cable (THINTOSMIN10)

Standing screen display size

‎120 Inches

Brand

‎StarTech

Series

‎Toslink to Miniplug Digital Audio Cable

Item model number

‎THINTOSMIN10

Item Weight

‎0.64 ounces

Item Dimensions LxWxH

‎120 inches

Color

‎Black

Voltage

‎240 Volts

Manufacturer

‎STARTECH.COM

Language

‎English

Country of Origin

‎China

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer

‎No

Date First Available

‎December 13, 2003

Photos: StarTech.com 10 ft. (3 m) Toslink to Mini Toslink Cable – Toslink to Mini Plug – Digital Audio Cable – Black – Toslink Cable (THINTOSMIN10)

13 reviews for StarTech.com 10 ft. (3 m) Toslink to Mini Toslink Cable – Toslink to Mini Plug – Digital Audio Cable – Black – Toslink Cable (THINTOSMIN10)

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  1. fastmort

    Bought to connect my Bravia to my AV amp so that audio from YouTube videos cast to the screen will play through the surround sound. I wanted a thin cable so it would fit in my trunking – the wife hates to see wires dangling around the place and now there’s not a single one to be seen – and this one is just the job.

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  2. P. Thomas

    Would not work with my brand new Samsung tv and Samsung soundbar. Had light coming out of the end plugging into the soundbar, but no audio transmitted. Tried again and again, was installed in proper orientation and both “snapped” in place .. no sound. Went back to older (shorter) optical cable .. works fine. Got refund, trying another type from Amazon.

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  3. Omar W.

    Right off the bat, any insulation gimics you see on other products are just that. Fiber isn’t effected by anything other than light and a thin nontransparent shielding is good enough. The only issue is it’s still break with less force and degrade faster over time. Both of those factors don’t matter cause I’m not using the cable as a jump rope nor is my environment going to cause degradation of the insulation to break down within the next couple of decades. These are a no brainer imo as they’re cheap and work just like any fiber cable. Also easier to train these with the thinner cable. There’s probably a possiblity of being so cheap that it doesn’t work but I bought a couple of these and all of them work fine

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  4. capt’n caffeine

    I too was about to dismiss this cable because it wouldn’t stay locked in. Took a look with reading glasses and realized the connection pin was covered by a small protective cap. It’s optical, which explains why it still works with the clear cap. Assuming they put the cap as prevention of dust or debris. Regardless, take it off and it’ll lock in fine and stay put. No reason to spend more. Used with a Vizio sound bar hookup; loved how compact and easy it was to hide. Mine is already installed post review but this stock photo should make it obvious.

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  5. Mark C.

    Thin cable like this is SO much easier to run and manage. Shielding is absolutely unnecessary for an optical signal. Thicker coating on optical cables is PADDING [so you don’t easily BREAK the cable], not shielding. So unless you’re running it across a floor, THIN is the way to go.

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  6. Amazon Customer

    As described by seller. Great as the cable was thin to fit in wall trunking with other HDMI cables. No issues and works between TV and surround sound system.

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  7. russell gittings

    Awful and rubbish. It doesnt connect well and sound output is dreadful

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  8. snailman153624

    Plugged into my PC and powered speakers without any issues. The people the complain about it fitting loosely either have a defective cable, or the jack on their equipment is on the looser side of the spec. Both ends fit securely, but not too tight.

    Keep in mind, the optical signal is strong enough to work with the cable an inch away from the jack. It doesn’t need to be super tight, it just needs to not fall out.

    The cable is very thin, making it easy to snake through small crevices, just be careful not to put too much pressure on it, glass fibers will break if you do that.

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  9. Kirk Barnes

    Very good using this cable with a better quality optical cable to connect to a optical switch so I can swith between a blue ray player and a cable box for a surround sound digital amp using the remote on the switch. The optical switch uses power from USB 2.0 port so it has to be removed if streaming from USB. But moving anything even slightly on the optical switch or amp or blue ray player causes the connector to pull out from the optical port.

    Is staying for now, but if you are looking at this cable, read on and buy a thicker insulated optical cable that has a higher quality connector than this cheap plastic housing. Cost cutting from China…

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  10. BoothGeek

    I’ve had star tech products in the past and have had good experiences with them. So I decided to get this cable assuming that it’s better quality than most. When I got my devices connected, No sound came out of my Sony receiver using this optical cable. My old optical cable works better than this one. I need one that is about 20ft So I can no longer use my old OC.

    Also, please note that this doesn’t lock in like most optical cable. I thought my receiver stopped working and tried configuring the settings for both my receiver and the TV, then, I tried my old Optical cable and worked just fine. I just wasted my time troubleshooting an issue that is purely isolated to this cable.
    This has tons of good reviews so idk if I may have received a defective item. I will not be ordering or get replacement since I dont like how this cable doesn’t lock in like most do.
    Also, I don’t like how thick this cable is. It’s almost as thick as your standard coax cable.
    I don’t recommend this product at all.

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  11. JC

    The cable inserts okay with a click and works fine between my TV and a sound booster. The only issue I have with it is that it’s a little longer than I expected but it wasn’t a problem to route it without it showing.

    I can’t see why anyone would want to pay more for an optical cable. This one does what it’s supposed to do perfectly and at a good price. Possibly it may be worth paying more if you need one that requires to be unplugged and reconnected frequently but then connectors on this one would probably stand up to many re-insertions anyway.

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  12. Wayne C.

    I needed a temporary sound input solution and needed an optical cable. I am used to using HDMI ARC. This cable works and is a bang for your buck. There are other optical cables out there claiming all sorts of things, such as, made with this material that material or they even charge a premium just because they make it look cooler. Don’t trust the marketing lingo of the other cables, this optical cable works fine if you need an optical cable solution. And it does not cost more than what it needs to. I didn’t spend much time using the cable as i said I needed a temporary solution, but when I did use it, I did not notice much of a sound difference when compared to using HDMI-ARC.

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  13. Paul Green

    I wanted to try this and not knowing anything really about optical digital cables I thought I’d give these a go.
    I was really surprised at just how THIN the cable is. It is still able to work fine and this is not a problem in itself…but I realised the weakness after I accidentally trapped one in a cupboard door when closing it…this kinked the cable and then it would no longer work. So, if you are not going to be moving it once in place, or, like me, having just moved house I am testing a surround system next to my TV unit and got too near the cupboard(!!) then I would say these will be fine for you.
    Myself, I am now going to get some a bit more expensive as they com,e with a harder covering and so are protected a whole lot more…
    Not bad for the price though and delivered fast 🙂

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    StarTech.com 10 ft. (3 m) Toslink to Mini Toslink Cable – Toslink to Mini Plug – Digital Audio Cable – Black – Toslink Cable (THINTOSMIN10)
    StarTech.com 10 ft. (3 m) Toslink to Mini Toslink Cable – Toslink to Mini Plug – Digital Audio Cable – Black – Toslink Cable (THINTOSMIN10)
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