4x2 Digital Optical Toslink Audio Selector Switch W/remote
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- 4 input / 2 output digital optical toslink audio selector.
- Active circuitry for optimum light signal transfer and flawless, seamless switching.
- Maintains signal integrity even on long cable runs. Remote or manual Control.
- Will not degrade digital audio signal like passive manual switchers.
- Supports sampling rates up to 192 kHz, 24-bit resolution as well as all S/PDIF standards including Dolby 5.1, 7.1, Dolby Digital, DTS, LPCM/PCM audio formats. .
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If you have multiple SPDIF audio signals using TOSLINK cables, this switcher can help you route the right optical signal to its destination from the comfort of your couch. The included IR remote selects one of up to four optical TOSLINK inputs to output simultaneously to dual outputs. Active circuitry maintains seamless switching with optimal optical signal transfer and zero signal degradation.
Top customer reviews
Plugged it in and everything worked, yeah, the remote control as well.
Using this product for month there is only one issue; Sometimes it will not switch if you have two sources already running, like a video. One of the source needs to be stopped. It could be PC related and nothing to do with this product, don't know. I use it in the editing room to switch five(5) PC and the output monitor (TV).
When that happens, fix it with the remote... may switch and over ride the manual sw on the box. If this FREEZE up happens nothing works... not even the OFF button. Simple fix to that, unplug the power for a few seconds and all is OK.
It only happens in a certain situation and the internal electronic just freeze up on one channel. It can not be repeated and could happen at random to know for sure why.
Total number of times it stopped; three times in four months or hundreds of switching action. Always with the TV monitor and switch to PC. AS I said, it may be the TV or PC issue and can not assign fault to this unit. Yeah, I know the end result this unit is the one cause that... but hey, it's not a big deal and I still give it 5 stars. Go ahead and find one like this unit at twice the price :) All it is out there are junk from China with mechanical switching with a rotating knob...
Then that cheap mechanical switch broke. You get what you pay for. So I bought this, and it is the best. Most people probably won't need this kind of thing in their home theater setup. If you have a different receiver it will likely have enough optical audio inputs to satisfy all of your devices. But if you are in one of those weird cases like I am, and you have way more optical outputs than inputs, this is pretty much the best and only solution out there for you.