• OREI HDMI to HDMI Optical TOSLINK SPDIF + 3.5mm Stereo Audio Extractor Converter HDMI Audio Splitter Adapter - HDMI Input, HDMI + Digital Analog Audio Output 4K x 2K
OREI HDMI to HDMI Optical TOSLINK SPDIF + 3.5mm Stereo Audio Extractor Converter HDMI Audio Splitter Adapter - HDMI Input, HDMI + Digital Analog Audio Output 4K x 2K

OREI HDMI to HDMI Optical TOSLINK SPDIF + 3.5mm Stereo Audio Extractor Converter HDMI Audio Splitter Adapter - HDMI Input, HDMI + Digital Analog Audio Output 4K x 2K

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  • One HDMI Input to one HDMI Output in Pass Mode , Optical SPDIF digital audio output 2CH 5.1CH Mode, and 3.5mm Stereo audio output(2CH Mode); 3.5mm to RCA Stereo Audio Cable
  • HDMI Supports Ultra HD 4K/2K, Full HD 1080P/720p + 3D; Support CEC
  • Supports 24 bit /deep color 30bit, 36bit per channel (36bit all channel) deep color; Supports Video EDID Pass Through, Audio EDID Settings: Pass, 2CH and 5.1CH 3.5mm audio output supports 2CH PCM stereo audio only. SPDIF Output supports 2CH PCM, 5.1CH Dolby Digital, DTS Audio
  • Works with various HDMI source devices like Roku or Chromecast without dedicated audio output as well as Blu-ray/ DVD/ HD player, cable/satellite box, Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, PS3/4, Xbox, PC/laptop, HD camera, HD DVR etc
  • 1 Year Warranty - Full OREI Support

Customer Reviews

Thumbs up for this decoderOrdered product to listen to Netflix with Hammacher Schlemmer headphones for my TV. I think they are Sennelier headphones. Anyway, so irritating that the headphones work with Comcast Cable, but not with the subscription Netflix. I guess for some unknown reason Netflix is Analog. Anyway this decoder worked great and was easy to set up. Instructions were not very good, but the setup was intuitive. Sound quality is still great although I do notice a slight delay between the lips moving and the sound, but I quickly got used to it. I will say that when I have the headphones on I have to mute the TV, because the delay through the headphones using this decoder causes an echo. But as long as I mute the TV, I am fine, and of course that's the whole reason for wanting the headphones: to listen to TV quietly and not disturb others in the house. 5great solution for tiny HDTV speakersI too had a commodity Vizio hdtv from Costco (circa 2010). The tiny built-in speakers are pretty terrible. I decided I've had it with the bad sound, but I didn't want to spend much (any) $ for a solution. I also had an older set of powered computer speakers that weren't too bad when I used them. They had a big subwoofer.. better than what my tv had. Their input was a mini headphone jack, which my television does not have, but it did have a digital audio (TOS) out whatever.Got this little DAC and for $40 I now have pretty good sound and repurposed my old speakers.I too found the combination of the tv speakers with my added speakers was a bit unpleasant. Not sure if it was out of sync but it just didn't sound great. The mute button on the television leaves an annoying onscreen mute icon whenever it's muted, so I just leave the television volume set down on 0. The digital audio output on the TV is constant so volume control doesn't impact it. No more volume control with my remote but that's not so big a deal. I now have to turn on the speaker power and control the volume on the volume knob/controller that came with the computer speakers.PS. I had purchased an additional $9 heavy duty TOS cable when I got this. I did not realize however that this device includes a TOS cable. It's much thinner than the $9 I purchased but I tried them both and cannot tell a difference. So you won't need to purchase one. 5Works as advertised.It is very simple to use and works every single time I use it. It works passively and actively as well. A little latency on the HDMI out side, but this isnt a DA. This is an audio extractor and it does that job just fine. Has headphone jack for audio distribution and selectable EDID between 2.0, 5.0 and standard TV EDID. I have used this in the field as a Video Tech and have no issues with it so far. 5Works with Sennheiser RS120 and Panasonic Viera X1 Series TVBy now if you read many of the reviews you know that your TV must be switched to PCM in order for this device (or any D to A converter) to work for headphones. The only audio output on my Panasonic Viera X1 Series TV was the digital audio output so I could not directly plug in my Sennheiser RS120 headphones into the TV. After reading a number of D to A converter reviews I realized the TV must be switched to PCM output in order for a D to A converter would work with headphones. I could not find a Dolby/PCM switch in the menu of my Panasonic Viera X1 Series TV so I called Panasonic. (It cost me $10.00 to speak to them since this TV is out of warranty.) The Panasonic person told me the TV senses if Dolby or PCM is needed and automatically switches to the correct format. I was very skeptical but I went ahead and purchased the Orei DA34. To my surprise it worked. I plugged everything in (the toslink cable into the TV last) and, voil , the sound came through the Sennheiser RS120 headphones.I haven't yet taken the time to evaluate the quality of the Orei DA34 so I'm not going to give it a five star rating just yet. After all, I don't think a product, (or a person, for that matter) should have the highest rating for just doing what it is expected.The real purpose of this review is to inform others "Works with Sennheiser RS120 and Panasonic Viera X1 Series TV" so I guess this is more of a review of the Panasonic Viera X1 Series TV than the Orei DA34, but essential information nevertheless. 4Another rebranded audio converterI use an audio converter to extract analog audio from an HDMI source in order to output through my receiver's zone 2 because only the main zone can accept digital audio. When it works, it works great and I have whole home audio, but I started having issues with a J-Tech HDMI audio converter and my HDMI receiver so I decided to give this one a try. As soon as I got it and compared to the J-Tech it was obvious this is the exact same piece of hardware that they are both buying and branding. Everything about them is identical other than the logo, including them causing a problem with the HDMI signal. I frequently have to unplug the HDMI cable and plug it back in to get my receiver to properly display the signal. They also seem to prevent the receiver's onscreen menu from working. If I remove this device, I don't have any of those issues. 3Hope this helps with headphone volume control issues.Works fine but to get any volume out of the "headphone jack output on the product" you have to run a cable out of the DA34 headphone output into a tuner that has a video input on the back of the unit so that you can select video output source on the front of the system to get sound into your headphones because you are receiving a tv signal input. Then plug your headphone out of the output on your tuner. And it helps if you have a headphone with a volume control in line. At least this is what I figured out so that I could adjust the volume easily.One more thing. Initially I had the digital out from my tv set into a Bose sound bar. Now I have the tv digital out going into the DA34 and then I used the two rca plugs out of the DA34 to go into my Bose sound bar and it works fine. Good luck. 5Slight delay when usedI bought this so I can use my Sony surround sound system with my new TV. Tried it with output from my TV and from my Blueray player and it is ever so slightly delayed, not enough to make non-usable, but enough you have to turn the TV sound all the was down. The sound is off by just enough I can see it when paying attention to people speaking, but my wife says she really doesn't notice it all that much. Can't really say off by how much but the lip sync is off by less than a 1/10 of a second. My sound system can simulate surround sound and I found a "Audio Y Cable Splitter 1-Mini Plug, 2-RCA Plugs" works just as good for me running out from my TV at 1/10 of the price. 3Easy to install and works GREAT!Being technologically inept, this was the third Digital to Analog Audio Decoder I tried with my new Samsung smart TV and my old BOSE surround system. The others produced squaks and screeches upon hook up and nothing I did changed that. This little box arrived. I hooked up the cable to the box and the TV. Hooked up my old speaker cables to the box. Turned everything on. Perfection. The TV found it instantly. Can't use the sound with my universal remote, but now I have one remote for the sound and one for everything else. This is a wonderful gadget and it is easy to use. The help available here on Amazon convinced me to try and and it worked as stated! Couldn't be happier! 5Worked perfectlyPurchased a Samsung QLED TV and I was unable to use my Sennheiser headphones for streaming movies which have RCA jacks. I purchased a less expensive decoder and it did not work. The first one worked for everything except streaming movies. This Orei unit worked perfectly. I plugged it into the optical connector on the TV and the headphone RCA jacks into it and I am able to use the headphones for all regular TV and streaming. 5Toslink/optical audio output solution: older Plasma TV Toslink / newer Soundbar's RCA inputs.This is a device when you are connecting an older optical audio cable/ Toslink output connection to RCA/AUX audio input connection. In the beginning, I thought my optical cable was bad or outdated. I bought a new optical audio cable but, still, not working. Once on the forums, I was made aware that the Optical audio cable / Toslink is not standard across equipment/ brands/ year of production. This device turns that optical audio signal into a generic one to be output as AUX or RCA output connections. I plugged in its wall power supply & zip tied the device to the back of my Plasma. My first unit lasted almost two years. Yes, I just bought another one. 4
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Description
  • One HDMI Input to one HDMI Output in Pass Mode , Optical SPDIF digital audio output 2CH 5.1CH Mode, and 3.5mm Stereo audio output(2CH Mode); 3.5mm to RCA Stereo Audio Cable
  • HDMI Supports Ultra HD 4K/2K, Full HD 1080P/720p + 3D; Support CEC
  • Supports 24 bit /deep color 30bit, 36bit per channel (36bit all channel) deep color; Supports Video EDID Pass Through, Audio EDID Settings: Pass, 2CH and 5.1CH 3.5mm audio output supports 2CH PCM stereo audio only. SPDIF Output supports 2CH PCM, 5.1CH Dolby Digital, DTS Audio
  • Works with various HDMI source devices like Roku or Chromecast without dedicated audio output as well as Blu-ray/ DVD/ HD player, cable/satellite box, Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, PS3/4, Xbox, PC/laptop, HD camera, HD DVR etc
  • 1 Year Warranty - Full OREI Support
Reviews

Customer Reviews

Thumbs up for this decoderOrdered product to listen to Netflix with Hammacher Schlemmer headphones for my TV. I think they are Sennelier headphones. Anyway, so irritating that the headphones work with Comcast Cable, but not with the subscription Netflix. I guess for some unknown reason Netflix is Analog. Anyway this decoder worked great and was easy to set up. Instructions were not very good, but the setup was intuitive. Sound quality is still great although I do notice a slight delay between the lips moving and the sound, but I quickly got used to it. I will say that when I have the headphones on I have to mute the TV, because the delay through the headphones using this decoder causes an echo. But as long as I mute the TV, I am fine, and of course that's the whole reason for wanting the headphones: to listen to TV quietly and not disturb others in the house. 5great solution for tiny HDTV speakersI too had a commodity Vizio hdtv from Costco (circa 2010). The tiny built-in speakers are pretty terrible. I decided I've had it with the bad sound, but I didn't want to spend much (any) $ for a solution. I also had an older set of powered computer speakers that weren't too bad when I used them. They had a big subwoofer.. better than what my tv had. Their input was a mini headphone jack, which my television does not have, but it did have a digital audio (TOS) out whatever.Got this little DAC and for $40 I now have pretty good sound and repurposed my old speakers.I too found the combination of the tv speakers with my added speakers was a bit unpleasant. Not sure if it was out of sync but it just didn't sound great. The mute button on the television leaves an annoying onscreen mute icon whenever it's muted, so I just leave the television volume set down on 0. The digital audio output on the TV is constant so volume control doesn't impact it. No more volume control with my remote but that's not so big a deal. I now have to turn on the speaker power and control the volume on the volume knob/controller that came with the computer speakers.PS. I had purchased an additional $9 heavy duty TOS cable when I got this. I did not realize however that this device includes a TOS cable. It's much thinner than the $9 I purchased but I tried them both and cannot tell a difference. So you won't need to purchase one. 5Works as advertised.It is very simple to use and works every single time I use it. It works passively and actively as well. A little latency on the HDMI out side, but this isnt a DA. This is an audio extractor and it does that job just fine. Has headphone jack for audio distribution and selectable EDID between 2.0, 5.0 and standard TV EDID. I have used this in the field as a Video Tech and have no issues with it so far. 5Works with Sennheiser RS120 and Panasonic Viera X1 Series TVBy now if you read many of the reviews you know that your TV must be switched to PCM in order for this device (or any D to A converter) to work for headphones. The only audio output on my Panasonic Viera X1 Series TV was the digital audio output so I could not directly plug in my Sennheiser RS120 headphones into the TV. After reading a number of D to A converter reviews I realized the TV must be switched to PCM output in order for a D to A converter would work with headphones. I could not find a Dolby/PCM switch in the menu of my Panasonic Viera X1 Series TV so I called Panasonic. (It cost me $10.00 to speak to them since this TV is out of warranty.) The Panasonic person told me the TV senses if Dolby or PCM is needed and automatically switches to the correct format. I was very skeptical but I went ahead and purchased the Orei DA34. To my surprise it worked. I plugged everything in (the toslink cable into the TV last) and, voil , the sound came through the Sennheiser RS120 headphones.I haven't yet taken the time to evaluate the quality of the Orei DA34 so I'm not going to give it a five star rating just yet. After all, I don't think a product, (or a person, for that matter) should have the highest rating for just doing what it is expected.The real purpose of this review is to inform others "Works with Sennheiser RS120 and Panasonic Viera X1 Series TV" so I guess this is more of a review of the Panasonic Viera X1 Series TV than the Orei DA34, but essential information nevertheless. 4Another rebranded audio converterI use an audio converter to extract analog audio from an HDMI source in order to output through my receiver's zone 2 because only the main zone can accept digital audio. When it works, it works great and I have whole home audio, but I started having issues with a J-Tech HDMI audio converter and my HDMI receiver so I decided to give this one a try. As soon as I got it and compared to the J-Tech it was obvious this is the exact same piece of hardware that they are both buying and branding. Everything about them is identical other than the logo, including them causing a problem with the HDMI signal. I frequently have to unplug the HDMI cable and plug it back in to get my receiver to properly display the signal. They also seem to prevent the receiver's onscreen menu from working. If I remove this device, I don't have any of those issues. 3Hope this helps with headphone volume control issues.Works fine but to get any volume out of the "headphone jack output on the product" you have to run a cable out of the DA34 headphone output into a tuner that has a video input on the back of the unit so that you can select video output source on the front of the system to get sound into your headphones because you are receiving a tv signal input. Then plug your headphone out of the output on your tuner. And it helps if you have a headphone with a volume control in line. At least this is what I figured out so that I could adjust the volume easily.One more thing. Initially I had the digital out from my tv set into a Bose sound bar. Now I have the tv digital out going into the DA34 and then I used the two rca plugs out of the DA34 to go into my Bose sound bar and it works fine. Good luck. 5Slight delay when usedI bought this so I can use my Sony surround sound system with my new TV. Tried it with output from my TV and from my Blueray player and it is ever so slightly delayed, not enough to make non-usable, but enough you have to turn the TV sound all the was down. The sound is off by just enough I can see it when paying attention to people speaking, but my wife says she really doesn't notice it all that much. Can't really say off by how much but the lip sync is off by less than a 1/10 of a second. My sound system can simulate surround sound and I found a "Audio Y Cable Splitter 1-Mini Plug, 2-RCA Plugs" works just as good for me running out from my TV at 1/10 of the price. 3Easy to install and works GREAT!Being technologically inept, this was the third Digital to Analog Audio Decoder I tried with my new Samsung smart TV and my old BOSE surround system. The others produced squaks and screeches upon hook up and nothing I did changed that. This little box arrived. I hooked up the cable to the box and the TV. Hooked up my old speaker cables to the box. Turned everything on. Perfection. The TV found it instantly. Can't use the sound with my universal remote, but now I have one remote for the sound and one for everything else. This is a wonderful gadget and it is easy to use. The help available here on Amazon convinced me to try and and it worked as stated! Couldn't be happier! 5Worked perfectlyPurchased a Samsung QLED TV and I was unable to use my Sennheiser headphones for streaming movies which have RCA jacks. I purchased a less expensive decoder and it did not work. The first one worked for everything except streaming movies. This Orei unit worked perfectly. I plugged it into the optical connector on the TV and the headphone RCA jacks into it and I am able to use the headphones for all regular TV and streaming. 5Toslink/optical audio output solution: older Plasma TV Toslink / newer Soundbar's RCA inputs.This is a device when you are connecting an older optical audio cable/ Toslink output connection to RCA/AUX audio input connection. In the beginning, I thought my optical cable was bad or outdated. I bought a new optical audio cable but, still, not working. Once on the forums, I was made aware that the Optical audio cable / Toslink is not standard across equipment/ brands/ year of production. This device turns that optical audio signal into a generic one to be output as AUX or RCA output connections. I plugged in its wall power supply & zip tied the device to the back of my Plasma. My first unit lasted almost two years. Yes, I just bought another one. 4
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  • To return or exchange any items, please email us at info@directnine.uk, clearly mentioning your order number and our customer support team will guide you on the process.
  • To be eligible for return, products must be in the exact condition you received them in. All packaging material must be undamaged and unused with the price tags intact.
  • Orders can be cancelled before dispatch. If the order has already been dispatched, cancellation fees might be charged.
  • Due to the nature of the products that we sell, we will not be able to replace or refund unwanted items if they have been opened or any seals are broken.
  • The refund will not include the import duties or the cost of delivery or return postage.
  • If your refund is approved, then it will automatically be credited to the original method of payment, within 7-10 days.
  • DirectNine reserves the right to alter and enforce this Return and Refund Policy at any time without having to serve a prior notice to users.
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Shipment tracking ID will be provided after your product(s) is dispatched. The delivery date stated is indicative and subject to availability, payment authorization, verification, and processing. In case your product(s) is not delivered due to an incorrect or invalid address, we will not be able to process any claims. However, we will notify you if it is returned to us.

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