Our Verdict Deluxe only in name For Reasonable price Against It's rather ordinary Reviewed on 10th October 2012 There’s nothing ‘deluxe’ about this cable. But then again ‘T2T Workmanlike’ wouldn’t be a very appetising name. Everything is there, but nothing sticks out as extraordinary. Instruments aren’t particularly clear. It conveys enough detail, and it has a good amount of control. But its peers beat it at every turn with more energy, better organisation, tidier presentation and wider dynamic range. Its construction is solid enough, but it’s rather bland - it doesn't even bear its company name on its sleeve. The T2T Deluxe is one of the cheaper optical cables out there, but you can buy a lot better for a little more money. More after the break See all our digital cable reviews Follow whathifi on Twitter Join whathifi on Facebook Related News Chord Company debuts new Sarum T cable range Tue, 21 Feb 2017, 02:46pm Think you have the perfect set-up? This £1500 cable from Atlas says otherwise Tue, 08 Nov 2016, 11:28am News in brief: Chord cables, Sky mobile services, slim PlayStation 4 Fri, 30 Jan 2015, 10:22am CES 2015: Naim Audio reveals Super Lumina interconnects and cables Fri, 09 Jan 2015, 11:19am Atlas Cables adds Element USB to its range Mon, 15 Apr 2013, 03:08pm Accessories Audio interconnects (digital) Ecosse T2T Deluxe Stay on top of your sound with What Hi-Fi? in your inbox every week Thank you for registering for our Newsletter We will send you relevant emails and updates.