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Radio Shack 4 Way Digital Optical Toslink Selector Switch Box


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  • Connect up to four digital optical sources to one device
  • Toslink jacks for optimum digital signal transfer Four inputs and one output!
  • FOUR Inputs one output
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Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds
  • ASIN: B0016BVPEM
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: October 31, 2007

Product Description

Home Theater Hub!!!!! Lose all those wires! With this selector you can input all your digital devices (up to 4) into one single source! You no longer have to disconnect one component to use another! Simply plug them all into the selector, turn the knob and you are on your way! Home theater at its best!

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Customer Reviews

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This was exactly what I was needing.
C. Valenzuela
I've been using this selector for over 6 months now, and it has performed admirably.
Tomalot
Save yourself the hassle, and just buy this one.
G. Worthy

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By J. Berry on August 19, 2009
The thing is bulky and quite ugly with cables coming out of all sides of it. It did work fine for about 4 months with very light use, then it started acting up. I would have to wiggle the knob to get it to sync, and then it would be fine until the next time I wanted to switch to a different source. It lasted only a few more weeks and stopped working all together. Save your money and buy a powered switch.
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By fuzzysmith on December 13, 2007
In the days before receivers with multiple digital optical inputs were common (and not wallet-breaking), I was faced with 4 devices with digital audio outputs and one input. I went through a variety of different switches that I had to search high and low for and ended up with multiple swtiches in the style of the Nyrus SW100. I don't think it was exactly that model, but it was a similar style. I didn't have a single one of them last more than 3 or 4 months. More often than not, the dial would not click into the right position so you had to sort of jiggle the device to get the signal through. Lots of switching wore out the dial over time (I had to use it to switch from TV to DVD to Xbox to PS2, so I'd switch devices a few times a day at least). All of that headache finally went away with this bulky beast from Radio Shack. It's not pretty, it's surprisingly heavy, but it's sturdy and it got the job done for the year or so that passed before I upgraded my stereo. If you need a switch on the cheap, this is it.
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I've been using this selector for over 6 months now, and it has performed admirably. I tried a couple of cheaper versions prior, which either performed poorly, or not at all. I needed this to be able to switch between my Blu-ray player and Cable box. It is a heavy, sturdy design, and I actually like it's looks (being all black). I actually have it behind the Plasma TV, so it's looks weren't a primary factor, but it was a definite bonus. If you're looking for an Optical Selector which actually does a the job, I would highly recommend this.
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By G. Worthy on August 9, 2009
Originally I tried to go cheap as a solution to my audio receiver not having enough optical jacks.
I gambled with one of those 2 to 1 splitters that review 50% success or less ... No luck, and it was only 10 bucks cheaper than this unit at $15. Save yourself the hassle, and just buy this one. It's about 6" around in size, but it works great, and the signal transfer is perfect. This is the one to get.
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After trying a different switcher on the cheap ($7.00), I decided to spend just a few more dollars on this one. If I knew then what I know now I would have gone straight for this Digital Optical Selector. For those of you like me that have several "optical out's" and only one "optical in", don't waste your time with cheaper solutions. Just get this one.
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