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AudioQuest Cinnamon OptiLink

Toslink optical digital audio cable (5 meters/16.4 feet)

Item # 703COP5M

The cable's full-size Toslink connectors are reinforced by a brass ferrule, which helps ensure ideal light transmission

The cable's full-size Toslink connectors are reinforced by a brass ferrule, which helps ensure ideal light transmission

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Item # 703COP5M

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$199.99

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About the AudioQuest Cinnamon OptiLink

AudioQuest designed the Cinnamon OptiLink to provide a distortion-free connection between your digital audio components — CD players, Blu-ray or DVD players — to A/V receivers, DACs, and even some sound bars. The core of the Cinnamon is a finely polished, low-distortion polymer fiber conductor that minimizes signal loss and jitter (time-based distortion). The cable has full-size Toslink connectors at each end, reinforced by a brass ferrule, which helps ensure ideal light transmission for the highest quality sound.

AudioQuest designed the Cinnamon OptiLink to provide a distortion-free connection between your digital audio components — CD players, Blu-ray or DVD players — to A/V receivers, DACs, and even some sound bars. The core of the Cinnamon is a finely polished, low-distortion polymer fiber conductor that minimizes signal loss and jitter (time-based distortion). The cable has full-size Toslink connectors at each end, reinforced by a brass ferrule, which helps ensure ideal light transmission for the highest quality sound.

Optical cables carry signals as pulses of light rather than a stream of electrons, so they are virtually impervious to magnetic or electrical interference. Whether you're feeding stereo music to a DAC or Dolby® Digital surround sound to your receiver, the optical cable is an important and often overlooked link in the signal chain. The quality of your cable matters.

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Product highlights:

  • length: 5 meter (16.4 ft.)
  • low-jitter design
  • finely-polished polymer fiber conductor
  • full-size Toslink connectors with brass ferrule plugs for a snug, secure fit
  • warranty: 5 years
  • Our 60-day money-back guarantee
  • MFR # OPTCIN05

What's in the box:

  • 16.5' (5m) Optical digital cable (terminated by Toslink connectors on each end)

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Audioquest OptiLink-Cinnamon Series Optical Cable: Audioquest OptiLink-Cinnamon optical (Toslink) cables feature a thoroughly engineered, finely polished synthetic polymer fiber conductor to minimize signal loss and jitter (time-based distortion). The plug's brass ferrule also contributes to ideal light transmission and the highest quality sound. The conductor is surrounded by flexible black PVC with a black and red nylon braid. Each connector has a clear plastic protector that should be removed before use. The plug is shaped so that it will only fit one way into the component's Toslink connector.

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4 questions already asked

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Is this Cable rated for in wall use ?
[ 5126968545  Jul 21, 2021 ]
3 answers
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AudioQuest would be better suited to answer this question but placing a cable in a wall will not subject it to any stresses or environmental phenomena that it would not encounter outside the wall. It would be a lot of extra work and expense and it would make swapping the cable out extremely costly. What about hiding it in a baseboard shadow line? Staple it to the top of the baseboard or between the baseboard and base cap or where the shoe mold joins the baseboard.
[ FRANK  Jul 25, 2021 ]
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Being that it is an optical cable I would think it would be fine in wall. They use light pulses which, are impervious to electrical fields. I only use Audioquest cables, and I am running two to my Sony OLED Tv in the wall from both my receiver and my Bluray. They are performing beautifully!
[ MURRAY  Jul 21, 2021 ]
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It probably could be used that way, but I cannot definitely say yes.
[ CYNDI  Jul 21, 2021 ]
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Is this Cable rated for in wall use ?
[ 5126968545  Jul 21, 2021 ]
3 answers
A
AudioQuest would be better suited to answer this question but placing a cable in a wall will not subject it to any stresses or environmental phenomena that it would not encounter outside the wall. It would be a lot of extra work and expense and it would make swapping the cable out extremely costly. What about hiding it in a baseboard shadow line? Staple it to the top of the baseboard or between the baseboard and base cap or where the shoe mold joins the baseboard.
[ FRANK  Jul 25, 2021 ]
A
Being that it is an optical cable I would think it would be fine in wall. They use light pulses which, are impervious to electrical fields. I only use Audioquest cables, and I am running two to my Sony OLED Tv in the wall from both my receiver and my Bluray. They are performing beautifully!
[ MURRAY  Jul 21, 2021 ]
A
It probably could be used that way, but I cannot definitely say yes.
[ CYNDI  Jul 21, 2021 ]
Q
Is this Cable rated for in wall use ?
[ 5126968545  Jul 21, 2021 ]
3 answers
A
AudioQuest would be better suited to answer this question but placing a cable in a wall will not subject it to any stresses or environmental phenomena that it would not encounter outside the wall. It would be a lot of extra work and expense and it would make swapping the cable out extremely costly. What about hiding it in a baseboard shadow line? Staple it to the top of the baseboard or between the baseboard and base cap or where the shoe mold joins the baseboard.
[ FRANK  Jul 25, 2021 ]
A
Being that it is an optical cable I would think it would be fine in wall. They use light pulses which, are impervious to electrical fields. I only use Audioquest cables, and I am running two to my Sony OLED Tv in the wall from both my receiver and my Bluray. They are performing beautifully!
[ MURRAY  Jul 21, 2021 ]
A
It probably could be used that way, but I cannot definitely say yes.
[ CYNDI  Jul 21, 2021 ]
Q
Is this Cable rated for in wall use ?
[ 5126968545  Jul 21, 2021 ]
3 answers
A
AudioQuest would be better suited to answer this question but placing a cable in a wall will not subject it to any stresses or environmental phenomena that it would not encounter outside the wall. It would be a lot of extra work and expense and it would make swapping the cable out extremely costly. What about hiding it in a baseboard shadow line? Staple it to the top of the baseboard or between the baseboard and base cap or where the shoe mold joins the baseboard.
[ FRANK  Jul 25, 2021 ]
A
Being that it is an optical cable I would think it would be fine in wall. They use light pulses which, are impervious to electrical fields. I only use Audioquest cables, and I am running two to my Sony OLED Tv in the wall from both my receiver and my Bluray. They are performing beautifully!
[ MURRAY  Jul 21, 2021 ]
A
It probably could be used that way, but I cannot definitely say yes.
[ CYNDI  Jul 21, 2021 ]

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