Denon Link Cable

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  1. TimF

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    I won't bore you with the background but I need a Denon Link cable for my new 2930 /4308 combination - does anyone know where to source one of these?(Yes the DVD player came with one but to cut a long story short - I don't have it anymore)

    Will any ethernet cable do or is the Denon link cable as case of "same plugs and different wiring"? or shielding?

    I see that Denon do a premium quality cable but its about £250!!

    Any help re these questions most welcome

    Many thanks
     
  2. RichardJ

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    A shielded Cat6e cable should would fine.
     
  3. TimF

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    Thanks Richard - is this something I could pick up at PC world? - or would a more specialist supplier be required?

    Don't suppose you know where?

    Cheers
     
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    PC World is fine. Shield Twisted Pair (STP). Basically a network patch lead with a metal shield around the connector. However, PC World is overpriced by a big margin. You should not need to pay more that a few pounds for a 1m cable. Even Maplins is expensive (http://www.maplin.co.uk/module.aspx?ModuleNo=44943&doy=14m1).

    Never used these people, but 1m @ £2.72 + maybe VAt / delivery. http://www.universal-cables.co.uk/stp-preassembled.htm

    Note, even the Denon manuals describe the cable as an STP one.
     
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    Thanks - thats very helpful
     

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