Nyrius SW100 Digital Audio Optical Toslink 3 Input Selector Switch Compatible with Fiber Optic Cables, HDTV, Blu-ray DVD player, PCM, Dolby Digital, DTS, XBOX360, PS3
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- Connects 3 Digital Audio Sources To A Single Digital Audio Output
- 3 Input Fiber Optic Toslink Digital Audio Switching
- Output Connects Directly Into TV Of Home Theater Receiver
- PCM, Dolby Digital & DTS Signals Can Pass Through This Unit
- Expands The Capacity Of A Home Theater's A/V Inputs
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There are four optical digital jacks. The output jack connects to the main unit to which you would like to expand the number of optical jacks (normally a digital audio/video receiver/amplifier). The three input jacks connect to the source devices and allow you to output digital audio to your main unit. Switch easily between sources instead of disconnecting and reconnecting cables when needing to change inputs. The compact design will fit in tight areas between components.
Works with the Following Digital Audio Components
Home/portable digital audio components with optical connection, MP3/CD/DVD player including Blu-ray/HD DVD, video game consoles (PS3/XBOX360), computer sound card, cable/satellite receiver to your home theater system with a digital optical input.
To hear your connected sources through your home theater system, turn on your home theater system and the audio source you want to hear. Then, press in the lock release button on the selector’s dial and rotate the dial to the indicator corresponding with the source you want (1,2, or 3). A green indicator shows which of the three units is selected (only one can be selected at a time). Release the button to lock the selector in place. The sound from the selected source comes through your home entertainment system’s speakers.
Top Customer Reviews
This switch works very well. It will switch between three optical inputs. The selector locks into place when proper alignment is reached for the desired input source.
This is a great labor saver, and a cost effective option to choose rather than face the expense of purchasing a new tuner/amplifier.
My use is simple, and the switch works to give me perfect, sync'd sound control on my Samsung HDTV, a Samsung BluRay Player that I use for listening to Pandora Radio a lot+ Netflix videos much more than I watch BluRay movies--the performance is flawless from the switch. The 3rd item connected to the switch is my Asus Xonar Essence PC Sound Card, and the sound variety coming out of my OEM PC is many sided and varied, so the switch has to work correctly or I would be getting distorted sound when I mix audio tracks, play iTunes and AppleTV movies, videos and music of all sorts, plus the sound from the PC itself is important because I have audible warnings and notifications for various things and it's necessary to operate my programs and applications too. Score? 100% faithful, true, accurate, and exceptional sound from my PC through a set of Logitech HD speakers that get a lot of service in my studio, and I just couldn't expect more from this Nyrius SW100 switch for my optical/digital sound! It works fantastic every time, without fail, and for about $20 or so shipped I don't think anyone will go wrong, or be disappointed with this item!
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Instead, I found the "4x2 remote control digital optical TOSlink audio fiber optic selector switch" to work perfectly! Its more expensive, but everything about it is nicer (plus it works)
We are sorry to hear that you experienced this issue with your SW100. Customer satisfaction is very important to us so please contact our Customer Support department so they can provide assistance on this matter and process a replacement as necessary.
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You can visibly tell how much signal you are losing when it passes through the switch by plugging in a lit device into one of the inputs and then looking into the output opening. The red light is incredibly dim(all three inputs were barely visible after passing through the switching mechanism) and by the time you pass it through another 6 feet of Toslink, you have nothing on the other end. I don't think there was anything defective about mine other than the design. It has been a long time since I took optics, but the light is having to transition mediums 4 times before it gets converted using this and I would think that would cause a ton of degradation. I am going with a powered solution over passive.
We are very sorry to hear that you have experienced this issue. We would appreciate an opportunity to troubleshoot your unit and offer warranty service if necessary. Please contact our Customer Support department through our website and reference this review in your case so we may reach out to you and provide assistance.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
I use this to share a Astro Mixamp optical connection between a PS4 and Xbox One. Worked perfectly.Published 12 days ago by Chris G
Doesn't work at all. All my calbles an devices work fine, checked, but I only get silence trougth this switch.Published 3 months ago by JqS
Though I no longer have a use for this, I loved it, when I first purchased it. I was able to connect my DVR, Blu-Ray player, and DVD player to my surround sound. Read morePublished 3 months ago by T. Sloan
Sound isn't as I expected and gets cut while you're listening to it. You have to be adjusting manually the cable selector until the sound comes about right, but with the smallest... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Roberto