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Monoprice Digital Optical Toslink Splitter Adapter

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Monoprice Digital Optical Toslink Splitter Adapter

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$7.31
Monoprice Digital Optical Toslink Splitter Adapter is available for purchase in increments of 1
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This device allows you to connect one toslink optical digital audio source device to two different receiving devices such as a A/V receiver and a television. This adapter is designed to split a single signal into two. It will not combine two signals into one. It is generally a one direction adapter. 

If you need to have two source devices go into a single input on a reciever, then you need a switch. In that case try PID# 2946.
*NOTE - Customers which have already purchased this Product :  
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.  

SKU 0966 - S3-5
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