Supra ZAC Fibre Optic Interconnect
ZAC stands for Zero Attenuation Concept. The innovative furbished curving of the optical fibre core tip to get a zero divergence loss enables plastic fibre optics to be used at all, and to achieve the same transmission quality as of a glass fibre core in combination with the strength and flexibility of the plastic core. 

The plastic fibre core features the following benefits:

  • Low weight - Low bending force and easy cable strain relief
  • High band width, garanteed for 32 bit/384 kHz! - Headroom for comming digital studio-like formats
  • Interference immune - does not react on magnetic, electro magnetic or electrical noise fields
  • No radiation - does not radiate harmful noise fields
  • Immune to household electricity - does not add any noise like in many electrical signal transmissions
  • Complete galvanic isolation - Allows for interconnections between devices with separate earth potentials and phase, e.g. computer, TV and home cinema

TosLink is short for Toshiba Link. Variant of S/PDIF where instead light is used for signal transfer.