About Audio Cables
Here you’ll find a wide range of audio interconnect cables used for home audio.
Audio cables come in a variety of formats;
ANALOGUE CABLES: These are very common and you’ll easily recognise the dual red and white RCA audio cable and the common 3.5mm jack cable often used for headphones, MP3 players etc. You can easily connect an analogue audio source such as a turntable to your stereo amplifier.
DIGITAL CABLES: Digital audio sources such as televisions, CD Players, games consoles etc can be connected using an optical audio cable. These cables have a small square connector and provide optimum sound quality. If your amplifier doesn’t feature an optical input you’ll need a digital to analog converter box to make it work.
SUBWOOFER CABLES: Connecting your subwoofer to your AV receiver or stereo amplifier is best done with a dedicated subwoofer connection cable. A single core cable with an RCA connector allows for plug & play setup. You’ll find cables from 1M up to 10M in length.
You can also transfer sound using a HDMI cable, for instance you can transfer sound from the television to a soundbar or AV receiver provided your TV and amplifier supports audio return channel (ARC).