2-Way Optical Toslink Digital Audio Splitter (1-in/2-out)
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This splitter provides easy, flexible solutions for distributing an audio signal into two separate digital receiving or recording equipment. The splitter allows two digital optical Toslink plugs to receive the output from one Toslink jack. Ideal for sharing music or digital sound recordings. The clarity and richness of the sound preserved by the splitter will guarantee that your work is transferred undisturbed.
- 2-Way Option Splitter (Toslink Type) splits one fiber optical output into two outputs
- Used in digital audio devices
- Fiber optic cable presents minimal interference
- Sturdy plastic case withstands possible stress and protects Toslink cables and plugs
- Stylish shape adds decor to any space
This splitter is not designed to connect two sources (DVD player, cable box, game system) to one destination (TV, home theater receiver). Instead, it is only designed to take one source and split its signal to go to two destinations.
This splitter must have all cables connected to match. If you notice all optical cables have a flat side (typically top) and grooved side (typically bottom). Make sure the cables on both inputs and outputs are all lined up. If you have a TosLink cable upside down, while another cable is right side up, it will not work.
WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including phthalates, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov
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Q: What’s the difference between a switch and a splitter?
A: A switch allows you to connect multiple video sources to 1 display. A splitter allows you to take the video from one source and then display it on multiple displays depending on how many outputs the splitter has.
Q: Will I lose picture quality if I use a splitter?
A: No a splitter will maintain the picture quality.