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μεταχειρισμενα Atlas Mavros Glass Optical Toslink 1.5m( Οπτική Ίνα)

Atlas Mavros Glass Optical Toslink 1.5m( optiki ina)
Atlas Mavros Glass Optical Toslink 1.5m( Οπτική Ίνα)
Atlas Mavros Glass Optical Toslink 1.5m( Οπτική Ίνα)
Atlas Mavros Glass Optical Toslink 1.5m( Οπτική Ίνα)
Atlas Mavros Glass Optical Toslink 1.5m( Οπτική Ίνα)
Atlas Mavros Glass Optical Toslink 1.5m( Οπτική Ίνα)
Atlas Mavros Glass Optical Toslink 1.5m( Οπτική Ίνα)
Atlas Mavros Glass Optical Toslink 1.5m( Οπτική Ίνα)
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Πωλείται η οπτική γυάλινη ίνα της Atlas σειράς Mavros , μήκους 1.5μ σε άριστη κατάσταση ,στο κουτί της.
Ίσως μία από τις πιο ποιοτικές ηχητικά και κατασκευαστικά που κυκλοφορούν ανεξαρτήτως τιμής!


Atlas Mavros Toslink Glass Digital Optical Audio Cable
Specification :
Construction : 280 strands of Borosilicate Glass
Material : FEP
Outside Diameter : 6.0mm


Atlas' ‘state of the art’ optical cable, engineered around a core of 280 strands of ultra-pure borosilicate glass and precision metal Toslink connectors. Designed to minimise ‘jitter’ (digital noise) the Mavros Optical is intended for ‘high-end’ audio systems where absolute sound quality is the primary consideration, for example between a hi-res media player and a DAC or digital-enabled amplifier.

Toslink (optical) connections have become increasingly popular with the rise of ‘dual purpose’ personal audio devices, many of which are also used as components in high quality home systems. A new generation of high quality streaming audio hardware means Toslink is no longer universally as viewed the‘ poor relation ’in digital interfaces. Basic ‘bundled’ Toslink cables suffer from a number of issues which degrade the performance of the system. Typically these issues include poor quality core conductor materials, poor matching of conductor to connectors and poor fit of connectors to equipment sockets. These flaws typically combine in very poor ‘jitter’ performance which gives a grainy, tonally bleached sound characteristic of poor quality digital audio.

The Mavros Glass Toslink cable is designed to specifically address these issues, using a reference standard ultra-pure borosilicate glass light-conducting core coupled with precision machined and micro-polished metal connectors to maximise efficient transfer. Extremely precise alignment and fit of the cable components and connectors ensure the cable is optimised for extremely low jitter, resulting in a very low level of noise and wide dynamic range.



Features :
Atlas Toslink Plug
Borosilicate Glass Conductors
FEP Dielectric
Multi-Strand Construction

Atlas Toslink Plug
The Atlas Toslink connector combines a die-cast metal plug with ABS Toslink connectors.

Atlas Toslink Optical Technical Diagram
Borosilicate Glass Conductors
Borosilicate glass is widely used in laboratory, medical and solar panel applications, because of its strength and low co-efficient of thermal expansion. This makes possible very precise optical surfaces which change very little with temperature.


FEP Dielectric
PVC (Poly Vinyl Chloride) is cheap to produce and, as such, is the most commonly used insulation in AV cables. However, PVC is the worst quality insulation a Hi-Fi or AV signal can encounter as its high loss causes a significant reduction in signal velocity. PVC is better suited to power cables and should be avoided in Hi-Fi and AV signal cables.

Other dielectrics in common use are Polyethylene, Polypropylene and Polytetrafluoride Epoxy (better known as PTFE (Teflon™) or Teflon,) and the new and unique Atlas (PTFE).

FEP (Fluorinated Ethylene Propylene) has a big advantage over PTFE in that it can be applied to sophisticated conductors at lower temperatures, preserving the integrity of the base material.

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