Griffin ships XpressCable Digital Audio Cable for Apple Airport Express

The Griffin XpressCable is designed to connect your AirPort Express to your home stereo. The XpressCable provides a completely digital connection for the highest-quality connection possible, according to Griffin.

Using AirPort Express and iTunes, you can wirelessly transmit pristine digital audio from your Mac to your stereo, so why use a tired old analog cable? Far superior to a traditional analog hook up, the Griffin XpressCable keeps your audio digital right up to the moment it enters your stereo. And since the XPressCable uses standard Toslink/Optical connectors, it’s compatible with most home theater receivers, as well as the PowerMac G5 and the new iMac G5.

The Griffin XpressCable retails for US$19.99. More info here.

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