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J-Tech Digital Premium Quality SPDIF TOSLINK Digital Optical Audio 4x2 Matrix (Four Inputs Two Outputs)

4.5
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Description

  • 4 Inputs / 2 Outputs for Optical / SPDIF / TOSLink Audio; A True Matrix for Any Input to Any Output: The two outputs share the same input or be from two different inputs.
  • Supports Dolby Digital & DTS 5.1, Dolby Digital Plus; Support PCM Stereo 32kHz, 44.1kHz, 48kHz and 96kHz; New & Play
  • Supports 5.1 channels output up 15 ft; Input can be selected through remote control or button on the switch
  • Input and output can be selected through remote control or button on the switch
  • Free lifetime technical support from the manufacture and free 1 Year Manufacturer Warranty from J-Tech Digital.

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Customer Reviews

Amazing! This product is amazing! I can't believe I found *exactly* what I need. I now have my MiniDisc, DAT, CD Recorder, and Computer Audio all hooked up to play to and record from one other in any combination. Amazing!! Only con is one light is always flashing to indicate what you are controlling with the remote. I wish it would stop flashing after a period of time. The only other thing that would make it 100% perfect is if it would strip out the arcane and draconian copy protection bits, but I understand why it doesn't. 5More capable than specified: supports 192 kHz Despite claiming to support only <= 96 kHz sample rates (officially the highest TOSLINK sample rate), I am successfully feeding my DAC all the PCM sample rates at my disposal: 44.1/88.2/176.4 kHz and 48/96/192 kHz, with affordable 6 ft long TOSLINK cables from PI Manufacturing and Kabeldirekt.I can see the sample rate on both ends, and even 192 kHz works fine. One caveat: wiggling any of the four TOSLINK connectors involved causes dropouts. Play with that if you have connection issues.While the remote has a pretty narrow angle in which it works, the receiver is more tolerant. Pair it with a better remote like the Logitech Harmony 665 universal remote, and the switch becomes much easier to operate. Then you can also define sequences to switch the input for both outputs with just one button press.I do not like that the interface on the device is ordered in reverse, showing inputs 4 to 1 for output B, then A, then selector buttons B and A, instead of inputs 1 to 4 for output A, then B, then selector buttons A and B. That makes it a bit trickier to figure out which input is selected when I'm watching TV on the couch at night.The connectors in the back have the same order, which makes sense if you look at the device from the front since then you see inputs 1 to 4, outputs 1 and 2.And of course it's not the most attractive device. Still, well worth the asking price! 4Just what I needed for my Sonos Playbar I bought this switch so that I could pass through 5.1 surround sound to my Sonos Playbar since my Samsung (H7150) does not pass through 5.1 from it's optical out. This switch works exactly how I needed it to. Now my playbar outputs 5.1 from all my sources, Xfinity X1 box, Xbox One, and the Smarthub of the Samsung TV.Pros: Compact, simple to installCons: It would have been better if all the inputs were on one side - currently input 1 and 2 are on one side, input 3 and Optical Out on the other. 4Useful to switch between soundbar and AVR I was previously using a cheap optical splitter to control the output of my audio signal between 2 distinct sets of speakers, but it was flaky and there was no support for 5.1. So I set out to find something better. I have 2 sources of audio input: PS4 (Vue) and TV (Chromecast) and 2 sources of output: Sonos sound bar and Yamaha AVR. I have all 4 devices now wired via optical cables, 2 inputs, 2 outputs respectively, to the J-Tech and can easily mix match while preserving a very high standard of digital audio. There are several other units on Amazon that look exactly like the J-Tech for about half the cost but being that the majority of good reviews are here plus J-Tech offers a better warranty, I paid the extra. These other cheaper units may be exactly the same thing. Controlling this unit will take a minute to wrap your brain around, the most important thing to think about is 4 inputs and 2 outputs. A and B are the 2 outputs which can be tied individually or together to each bank of inputs 1 through 4. Only 1 input signal can pass of course, but you can easily have both outputs active at the same time if you wish. I don't use the remote as it's not too much trouble to walk over the push the buttons when I need to, which is admittedly seldom. Yes this is another thing to plug into your A/V system and power on, but for the problem I needed to solve, it works very well. Good luck! 5Will work with Logitech Harmony Home Hub after some tweaking I bought this to work with my Logitech Harmony Home Hub. The Harmony Hub works really well to control this device directly. However, it required some tweaking for the Harmony to control this device as part of activities.This switch has never turned off as a part of a step in a Harmony activity. It turns off fine when I issue individual commands to it. But, I want to control all of my components with activities, so I just leave the switch on all of the time. For each activity that required audio to go through this switch, I added a 5 second delay and an additional command to change the switch to the correct input. This has gotten the switch to work reliably.It seems that this switch is very susceptible to IR interference. It works fine when the Harmony hub is only sending commands to it. However, it does not work when the hub is also sending commands to other devices shortly before and after sending commands to the switch. There don't seem to be any better options, short of buying a whole receiver. So I am happy enough with this little switch. 3Nice metal construction. Take my review with a grain of salt because I got this item today. The case of the unit is metal and not plastic which impressed me. So the unit feels nice and sturdy. The ports have a little give which is concerning if you plan to plug cables in and out repeatedly. I don't, so that probably wont affect me. The biggest reason I'm giving this item five stars is that it can output to two different inputs simultaneously. That means I can output my Xbox One sound to my headset and output music from my pc to my surround speakers all at the same time. I previously owned the only other 2x4 optical switch that you can find here on Amazon. I thought that one was really nice too. Until I moved my equipment across the room and it stopped working for no reason. That one has dual out put but it will only out put one of your inputs. Anyways I would say buy this one. I'll report back in half a year or so and update this review with anything I think is useful. 5An absolutely perfect means of switching digital optical inputs Firstly, Amazon screwed up the first time and sent the wrong item - a similar switch from another supplier that cost about a third less, and worked only about a third as well. Sometimes it takes using an inferior product to recognize the incredible value of a quality item. I've used J-Tech products before and have always been impressed by the overall quality of manufacture. The J-Tech 4x2 matrix SPDIF TOSLINK switch might look like similar, less-expensive items, but it's much better built. The housing is very durable and the electronics are well-constructed. In contrast, the other switch had a cheap metal housing and some of the TOSLINK jacks actually physically disappeared inside the device when trying to connect an optical cable to them. Those jacks were evidently soldered directly to a circuit board without any physical support to hold them in place. In contrast, the J-Tech components are solid and reliable in use.In terms of functionality, the J-Tech switch functions very well and it's easy to use. The remote control works well but not at a distance, which is my only complaint. Selection of inputs for each of the two outputs is easy, and I like that they're independent of each other. That way, one can even have the same input connected simultaneously to both outputs if desired. Sound quality is excellent, as would be expected with digital signals. Overall, this is an excellent device. 5Works, but... Mostly does what it is supposed to. I have a few minor problems with it. One is that it did not work with a connection from a TV that was connected with a long (about 20ft) cable. This cable works fine without the device, plugged directly into a receiver, but adding the device made it non-functional. I suspect that the signal is just strong enough to be detected by the receiver, but does not get any boost from the device and thus not strong enough to make it through another cable (even a super high quality one). This is a minor inconvenience, as connecting the TV to this device was not my primary purpose for buying it. My other minor complaint is with the remote. It is backwards from the devices layout. The A and B sections are swapped, so if you are you using the remote you have to select the input buttons on the right to control the switching on the left section, and vice versa. Also, the remote seems a bit weak and needs to be fairly close and in direct line-of-site to work. Thus, the remote is barely a convenience. 4Exactly what I needed to connect PS4, Apple TV, and TV to a sound bar. Recently we haven't been spending much time in our basement where we've set up a home theatre with a receiver and surround sound. In the upstairs living room we have a TV on a couple Lack bookshelves with a PS4 and Apple TV. We recently purchased a soundbar to help with the poor sound of our TV's built in speakers. The primary issue we had was moving the single Optical cable from one output device to the other.This J-Tech 3x1 switch was the perfect solution to get sound from all devices to the sound bar. Everything sounds great!Pros:- The switch is much smaller than I thought it was going to be. Since I've just set my TV on a Lack bookshelf I didn't have much space to hide devices and cables where the kids can't reach or clutter up the space.- It comes with a remote which was a prerequisite for me. I've seen other solutions with a physical dial and knew those weren't for me.- There is a IR signal receiver that plugs into the unit which allows me to hide the switch behind the TV and run the IR receiver discretely to the front of the TV.- When selecting a different input source the changes is near immediate, much faster that I thought. My home theater receiver takes a few seconds so I was pleasantly surprised at how responsive it was.Cons:- The inputs/outputs are on the sides of the unit and there is a power cable and IR receiver cable... so it looks like a spider. There isn't a great way to manage cables with the design, so for me it was best to use the IR receiver cable and hide the unit.- Initially it seems the remote may not have a super strong IR signal. I've seen some misfiring, but its not much of an issue to adjust the angle of the remote and push the button a second time. I may be getting a Logitech Harmony to manage my now 4 remotes so this will likely be a non-issue for me then.I'd defiantly recommend this product to anyone who needs additional Optical inputs. 5Get the 4x2 NOT the 3x1 I bought two different versions of this product, the 3x1 and the 4x2. If you're considering one of these, definitely go with the 4x2. My only complaint about this device is that the lights are unnecessarily bright. In a dark room when you're trying to watch a movie, they can be distracting. But this can be remedied without too much effort, and If I was only reviewing the 4x2, I would give it five stars.The 3x1 is a completely different story however. They tried to make this as compact as possible, which would normally be a good thing. But this device has cords sticking our of all 4 sides which looks rediculous. Also, because the device is to lightweight, it naturally gets pulled to the back of your entertainment system by the weight of the optical cords.The IR sensor is not build into the device, but is instead a cord that attaches to an aux port looking thing on one side of the device. You then have this weird cord with a bulb on the end that has a hard time standing vertically so that it can actually sense the light coming from the remote. It's weird, and makes your entertainment system looks all kinds of funky.The lights to tell you which input it is using are on the top of the device, so you cannot possibly see which mode it's in, or even if it's on or not. It's really really really annoying.I would give the 3x1 a one star for usability, although it does function fine. 3
J-Tech Digital Premium Quality SPDIF TOSLINK Digital Optical Audio 4x2 Matrix (Four Inputs Two Outputs)

J-Tech Digital Premium Quality SPDIF TOSLINK Digital Optical Audio 4x2 Matrix (Four Inputs Two Outputs)

4.5
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Regular price
Dhs. 268.80
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Dhs. 268.80
Regular price
Dhs. 448.00
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Save 40% (Dhs. 179.20)