Use this Audio Output Cable to connect audio devices to output dolby digital surround sound and enjoy the feeling of a truly innersive.Fully compatible with X-BOX 360 console and stereo system.The shielded Audio Output Cable allows for interference-free audio and video in any entertainment setup while providing the best video and audio quality available for the Wii. The Digital Audio Cable is ideal for those who demand the most of their home electronics and want the best possible Wii experience. Support L, R RCA audio and Digital audio output function. High quality and high speed for signal transfer.Time to try this audio Output Multi Cable!
This Audio Output Cable is fully compatible with X-BOX 360 console and stereo system
This Audio Output Cable supports L, R RCA audio and Digital audio output function
High quality and high speed Audio Output Cable for signal transfer
For Xbox360 audio and audio digital Output Multi Cable
This is a non-OEM product
Size: 290 x 55 x 25mm / 11.4 x 2.2 x 1.0in (L x W x H)
Use this Digital Audio Cable to connect audio devices to output dolby digital surround sound and enjoy the feeling of a truly innersive
The cable is ideal for those who demand the most of their home electronics and want the best possible Wii experience
How to Connect Digital Audio Cable:
Familiarize yourself with the three types of digital cables. The premium choice on today's market is high-definition multimedia interface cable (HDMI). This cable supports more formats and is also the preferred method of transmitting HD video. The other options are digital coax and optical cable. Both provide quality audio, though some prefer one over the other.
Decide which cable you can use. The most important consideration is what connections you actually have available. Check both the audio source outputs and the home theater receiver inputs to determine what type of cable to use. Digital coax is usually an orangish-yellow RCA jack. Optical terminals are covered by a small, removable plastic plug and emit light when the plug is removed. HDMI is a long, flat port that should be labeled as HDMI. Before committing to a cable, be sure that both pieces of equipment are designed to accept it.
Consider other factors. HDMI is the most versatile, top-end digital cable. However, it's not included on much older equipment such as DVD players and CD players. Receivers may not have an input available either.
One factor that limits the utility of optical cable is that it operates via light and won't work properly if bent. Optical is also more expensive than coax.
Purchase the cable that you decided on. You can find cables at any reputable electronics store or online retailer.
Connect the cable. To connect, shut off all the electronics, plug one end of the cable into the proper output jack on the audio source and then plug the other end into the input on the receiver.
Hook up video. If you're using HDMI cable, you will also be routing the video through the receiver. In this case, you'll need a second HDMI cable to output the video to your TV. For instance, if you're connecting a Blu-ray player, plug the first HDMI cable into the Blu-ray output and then into the receiver's HDMI input. Then connect a second cable between the receiver's HDMI output and the HD television.
Double check that all connections are secure. To test to make sure that everything is working, turn on the audio source component and the receiver. Switch the receiver to the appropriate input (i.e. "CD player") and try playing the source. You should get clear sound out of all speakers.
1 x L/R-RCA & Digital Audio Output Multi Cable for X-BOX 360