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Optical Toslink 3-Way Selector Switch Splitter
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- Brand new high quality GTMax switch.
- This switch makes you to connect 3 input devices to one output device or vice versa.
- There are 1-in and 3-out signal jack or vice versa.
- The switch works Bi-Directionally
- PCM, Dolby Digital and DTS signals can be passed through this unit
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This switch lets you connect up to 3 different optical digital components to a componentwith only one toslink input.
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The switch is so cheap it doesn't even have "Made In China" printed on it. I have several digital audio cables. Some of them don't fit into the switches ports. The cables I bought from emaxland fit fine. The switch didn't work. Rather, I should say only one of the three ports carried a signal from my components to my headphones. (PS3, Apple Mac Mini, headphones with mic) I contacted customer support and they offered to send a replacement. The switch is so cheap I didn't have to return the defective unit. Name 3 other products sold at Amazon where you don't have to return a defective product when getting a replacement. Replacement switch works. Shipping from US takes a long time. While waiting for my replacement I found this switch at another site for $9.99. For $47.99 you can get a local audio/video custom installer to get you a digital audio switch.
Emaxland's return policy isn't listed on Amazon's website so I'm not even sure what their return policy is. I certainly don't want to waste any more money on this crummy product by calling and then paying for return shipping.
You might be lucky like the previous two reviewers but be prepared to add one more piece of junk to the landfill.
The site seems to have good products but because of how Amazon dealt with one bad one they've lost my business.
Does not work. Checked cabling etc.
Sound is completely lost through switch.
Cracked and popped once then never worked again.
No sound goes through switch. Verified all cabling was sound.
Poor product. Do not recommend this as it is unfortunately a giant paperweight...
This product was suggested by an electronics store and I was surprized that it could only be found/purchased over the internet (in Canada anyway). I'm surprized that it was available at any local electronics store
I'm sure that many people have the same problem I did.
This is a great solution and very affordable.
My problem with it is the design; the way the optical cables go into the unit. 3 from one side and one from the other. Makes for a real mess of cables and limits where you can put the switch to keep it out of the way but still have access to use it.
I'm glad it was cheap as it does work and can be replaced eventually with something more elegant.
Most recent customer reviews
It worked fairly well. I had my Xbox, Media PC, and Cable box all hooked up into this thing so that I could have proper digital sound for all. Read morePublished on Jan. 30 2014 by Joseph Archer
Great idea for a product but signal doesn't pass through on any of the legs. I've performed multiple tests to verify that it was a defective switch and that it wasn't the toslink... Read morePublished on Jan. 24 2014 by Grizz
I use it to switch optical digital audio feeds to my home theatre system which only has one TOSLink input.
It works as expected. Read more
this is not 3 to 1 it only allowance only one port to be use at time.
Very misleading. the write up or the information and name is misleading.
received product within reasonable time but the product does not work, was unable to use to change between different componetsPublished on March 4 2013 by irma ledoux
It seemed like what I was looking for at the time. However, the product simply does not work. At all! It's a cheaply constructed piece of junk. It's priced for mail-order... Read morePublished on Feb. 12 2013 by northwoodsky
I am happy with the product. It took awhile to get it up and running but it seems to work now. ThanksPublished on Feb. 2 2013 by Brian Lucas