• Portta 1x3 Splitter Digital SPDIF Toslink Optical Fiber Audio Splitter 3 Port 1 in 3 Out Support LPCM2.0/DTS/Dolby Digital for Apple TV Xbox Blue-Ray DVD HDTV
  • Portta 1x3 Splitter Digital SPDIF Toslink Optical Fiber Audio Splitter 3 Port 1 in 3 Out Support LPCM2.0/DTS/Dolby Digital for Apple TV Xbox Blue-Ray DVD HDTV
  • Portta 1x3 Splitter Digital SPDIF Toslink Optical Fiber Audio Splitter 3 Port 1 in 3 Out Support LPCM2.0/DTS/Dolby Digital for Apple TV Xbox Blue-Ray DVD HDTV
  • Portta 1x3 Splitter Digital SPDIF Toslink Optical Fiber Audio Splitter 3 Port 1 in 3 Out Support LPCM2.0/DTS/Dolby Digital for Apple TV Xbox Blue-Ray DVD HDTV
  • Portta 1x3 Splitter Digital SPDIF Toslink Optical Fiber Audio Splitter 3 Port 1 in 3 Out Support LPCM2.0/DTS/Dolby Digital for Apple TV Xbox Blue-Ray DVD HDTV
  • Portta 1x3 Splitter Digital SPDIF Toslink Optical Fiber Audio Splitter 3 Port 1 in 3 Out Support LPCM2.0/DTS/Dolby Digital for Apple TV Xbox Blue-Ray DVD HDTV
  • Portta 1x3 Splitter Digital SPDIF Toslink Optical Fiber Audio Splitter 3 Port 1 in 3 Out Support LPCM2.0/DTS/Dolby Digital for Apple TV Xbox Blue-Ray DVD HDTV
Portta 1x3 Splitter Digital SPDIF Toslink Optical Fiber Audio Splitter 3 Port 1 in 3 Out Support LPCM2.0/DTS/Dolby Digital for Apple TV Xbox Blue-Ray DVD HDTV
Portta 1x3 Splitter Digital SPDIF Toslink Optical Fiber Audio Splitter 3 Port 1 in 3 Out Support LPCM2.0/DTS/Dolby Digital for Apple TV Xbox Blue-Ray DVD HDTV
Portta 1x3 Splitter Digital SPDIF Toslink Optical Fiber Audio Splitter 3 Port 1 in 3 Out Support LPCM2.0/DTS/Dolby Digital for Apple TV Xbox Blue-Ray DVD HDTV
Portta 1x3 Splitter Digital SPDIF Toslink Optical Fiber Audio Splitter 3 Port 1 in 3 Out Support LPCM2.0/DTS/Dolby Digital for Apple TV Xbox Blue-Ray DVD HDTV
Portta 1x3 Splitter Digital SPDIF Toslink Optical Fiber Audio Splitter 3 Port 1 in 3 Out Support LPCM2.0/DTS/Dolby Digital for Apple TV Xbox Blue-Ray DVD HDTV
Portta 1x3 Splitter Digital SPDIF Toslink Optical Fiber Audio Splitter 3 Port 1 in 3 Out Support LPCM2.0/DTS/Dolby Digital for Apple TV Xbox Blue-Ray DVD HDTV
Portta 1x3 Splitter Digital SPDIF Toslink Optical Fiber Audio Splitter 3 Port 1 in 3 Out Support LPCM2.0/DTS/Dolby Digital for Apple TV Xbox Blue-Ray DVD HDTV

Portta 1x3 Splitter Digital SPDIF Toslink Optical Fiber Audio Splitter 3 Port 1 in 3 Out Support LPCM2.0/DTS/Dolby Digital for Apple TV Xbox Blue-Ray DVD HDTV

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  • One ways of optical fiber signal input splitter to three sets of SPDIF/To slink signal receiving device Audio format support: LPCM2.0/DTS/Dolby-AC3
  • Support signal retiming Use optical fiber cable loss less the 0.2dB/m, Output distance is up to 40m
  • Over-voltage protection can prevent the damage caused by connecting unmatched to the machine No loss of quality Installs in minutes

Customer Reviews

Unreliable S/PDIF TransmissionThis product does not work reliably. I was using it as optical output from my iMac to a couple of DACs. Often times both DACs would no longer be able to lock onto the S/PDIF signal. Sometimes I needed to fix this by replugging the splitter box's S/PDIF input cable. Sometimes I had to power cycle the DACs. I've never had a problem like this before even with other optical splitter / distribution boxes. Power cycling the Portta splitter did not resolve the issue either.1Doesn t work at all...unless...Did not work at all at first. The LED lights up and the input is good but no output on any of the 3 output ports. Until I converted the input signal with another device. I used a Turtle Beach headphone pass-through and it is working now, so I increased the rating from 1 to 2 stars. A product like this should just work on its own.2GLITCH - Audio cuts off, goes mute, around every 10 secondsI tried this optical splitter with 3 different products, and it glitches with 2 of them. With my home theater system, the audio will cut off, go mute, for about one second, and then plays fine for about 10 seconds. It repeats this glitch over and over again. So for every full minute of audio, I get about 5 or 6 pauses, 5 or 6 seconds, where there is NO AUDIO. I also tested it with a headphone that uses optical input. The same glitch happened where the audio will go mute for about a second. I tested it with a third headphone adapter, and luckily it worked perfectly with that third device. So out of 3 different devices, it glitches with 2 of them.1A+Installed this on a Samsung 8 series 4K TV. Really convenient as it sits hidden with the Samsung connection box and uses one of the USB ports instead of having another plug in power adapter. Allows me to use my surround sound receiver and a sound bar at the same time, in synch with no echo.5Exactly what I wanted!Recently I purchased a Samsung HW-K550 and I wanted to add it to my existing surround sound configuration. This splitter allowed me to do just that with very minimal audio quality loss or latency. This product is well worth every penny and I highly recommend it since it to came with 4 optical cables! A steal if you ask me!5Works perfectly!I used this to power a soundbar and xbox headset from my xbox one x. Worked perfectly. I used a USB port on the xbox to power the splitter. The blue power LED is intensely bright though.53-Port Active Toslink Splitter, solid performance!This is a perfect little active splitter. Small and light, USB powered so it's easy to grab power from any AV device with an open USB port. It has a physical power switch which ensures that it always comes on when the AV system is powered up. This is a perfect set and forget device, love it.5Works great but has super bright status LEDI have a Chromecast audio which outputs audio to an optical cable. Using this splitter, I have it going into the two receivers I own (one for my living room and one for my bedroom). I can have audio in just one or the other, or even simultaneously in both. Literally my only complaint is the super bright blue LED. It's unnecessary. A much dimmer LED would be fine. My whole AV closet glows blue because of this thing - I now cover it with electrical tape (negating the purpose of a status LED)4No Major ProblemsWhen I first hooked up the splitter, I had a rapid and loud tat, tat, ta through my stereo speakers. Basically, I am using the splitter to send an optical signal to a sound bar and an optical signal to a converter (optical to RCA) then to a pre-amplifier. Modern televisions don't have RCA outs and 20 year old pre-amps don't have optical inputs. I do have 8 balanced and 8 RCA inputs but these are only of interest to audiophiles. I tried the splitter the next day making sure that all components were turned off and it works perfectly. The rapid tat, tat, tat my actually have been from the optical to RCA converter. While I use optical cables in some other set-ups, I have no idea how they work. But my opinion is that this product is not inherently flawed. I think instead, that it is smart TV's, smart Soundbars, smart universal disk players, etc. send signals. I had actually briefly heard the tat tat tat sound before I purchased the splitter. I think it tend to occur when I turned the wide screen off when listening to music on my CD but also displaying the CD information on the wide screen monitor.5My setup is pretty elaborate so I drew up a diagramDid the trick.Took time so hope this helps someone.My setup is pretty elaborate so I drew up a diagram. I am running a sound bar and a 7.1 stereo on my living room set up. Basically the TV has one optical out. I used the splitter to go to the soundbar and receiver. All my devices go into the receiver into different HDMI inputs.Then take a HDMI cable out from the receiver and connect it to the TV HDMI in (note: your receiver has to have a HDMI pass through, which takes the signal from whatever device in use and inputs it to the TV. Use an the optical cable out from the TV to the splitter and there you go.FAQ:1. The splitter directs the sound to whatever sound device is currently on. My TV uses the soundbar as the default and automatically comes on when you turn on the TV. You have to turn off the soundbar first, then power up the receiver to make it the sound go to the 7.1 receiver. If you leave the soundbar on and turn on the revceiver, the sound still goes to the soundbar (yes,I tested it). You might have the receiver as the default sound, but the principle is the same.2. Yes, the sound will come through the soundbar from all the devices but I have to select the receiver input (even with the stereo off). My smart TV apps (netflix, Pandora, etc) comes from my TV and I had to make the TV sound to into an A/V input on the receiver.3. Added plus: This splitter is powered by an USB plugged into the TV , which eliminating having another power supply plug. It also goes on and off with the TV as the little blue light on the splitter will tell you.4
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Description
  • One ways of optical fiber signal input splitter to three sets of SPDIF/To slink signal receiving device Audio format support: LPCM2.0/DTS/Dolby-AC3
  • Support signal retiming Use optical fiber cable loss less the 0.2dB/m, Output distance is up to 40m
  • Over-voltage protection can prevent the damage caused by connecting unmatched to the machine No loss of quality Installs in minutes
Reviews

Customer Reviews

Unreliable S/PDIF TransmissionThis product does not work reliably. I was using it as optical output from my iMac to a couple of DACs. Often times both DACs would no longer be able to lock onto the S/PDIF signal. Sometimes I needed to fix this by replugging the splitter box's S/PDIF input cable. Sometimes I had to power cycle the DACs. I've never had a problem like this before even with other optical splitter / distribution boxes. Power cycling the Portta splitter did not resolve the issue either.1Doesn t work at all...unless...Did not work at all at first. The LED lights up and the input is good but no output on any of the 3 output ports. Until I converted the input signal with another device. I used a Turtle Beach headphone pass-through and it is working now, so I increased the rating from 1 to 2 stars. A product like this should just work on its own.2GLITCH - Audio cuts off, goes mute, around every 10 secondsI tried this optical splitter with 3 different products, and it glitches with 2 of them. With my home theater system, the audio will cut off, go mute, for about one second, and then plays fine for about 10 seconds. It repeats this glitch over and over again. So for every full minute of audio, I get about 5 or 6 pauses, 5 or 6 seconds, where there is NO AUDIO. I also tested it with a headphone that uses optical input. The same glitch happened where the audio will go mute for about a second. I tested it with a third headphone adapter, and luckily it worked perfectly with that third device. So out of 3 different devices, it glitches with 2 of them.1A+Installed this on a Samsung 8 series 4K TV. Really convenient as it sits hidden with the Samsung connection box and uses one of the USB ports instead of having another plug in power adapter. Allows me to use my surround sound receiver and a sound bar at the same time, in synch with no echo.5Exactly what I wanted!Recently I purchased a Samsung HW-K550 and I wanted to add it to my existing surround sound configuration. This splitter allowed me to do just that with very minimal audio quality loss or latency. This product is well worth every penny and I highly recommend it since it to came with 4 optical cables! A steal if you ask me!5Works perfectly!I used this to power a soundbar and xbox headset from my xbox one x. Worked perfectly. I used a USB port on the xbox to power the splitter. The blue power LED is intensely bright though.53-Port Active Toslink Splitter, solid performance!This is a perfect little active splitter. Small and light, USB powered so it's easy to grab power from any AV device with an open USB port. It has a physical power switch which ensures that it always comes on when the AV system is powered up. This is a perfect set and forget device, love it.5Works great but has super bright status LEDI have a Chromecast audio which outputs audio to an optical cable. Using this splitter, I have it going into the two receivers I own (one for my living room and one for my bedroom). I can have audio in just one or the other, or even simultaneously in both. Literally my only complaint is the super bright blue LED. It's unnecessary. A much dimmer LED would be fine. My whole AV closet glows blue because of this thing - I now cover it with electrical tape (negating the purpose of a status LED)4No Major ProblemsWhen I first hooked up the splitter, I had a rapid and loud tat, tat, ta through my stereo speakers. Basically, I am using the splitter to send an optical signal to a sound bar and an optical signal to a converter (optical to RCA) then to a pre-amplifier. Modern televisions don't have RCA outs and 20 year old pre-amps don't have optical inputs. I do have 8 balanced and 8 RCA inputs but these are only of interest to audiophiles. I tried the splitter the next day making sure that all components were turned off and it works perfectly. The rapid tat, tat, tat my actually have been from the optical to RCA converter. While I use optical cables in some other set-ups, I have no idea how they work. But my opinion is that this product is not inherently flawed. I think instead, that it is smart TV's, smart Soundbars, smart universal disk players, etc. send signals. I had actually briefly heard the tat tat tat sound before I purchased the splitter. I think it tend to occur when I turned the wide screen off when listening to music on my CD but also displaying the CD information on the wide screen monitor.5My setup is pretty elaborate so I drew up a diagramDid the trick.Took time so hope this helps someone.My setup is pretty elaborate so I drew up a diagram. I am running a sound bar and a 7.1 stereo on my living room set up. Basically the TV has one optical out. I used the splitter to go to the soundbar and receiver. All my devices go into the receiver into different HDMI inputs.Then take a HDMI cable out from the receiver and connect it to the TV HDMI in (note: your receiver has to have a HDMI pass through, which takes the signal from whatever device in use and inputs it to the TV. Use an the optical cable out from the TV to the splitter and there you go.FAQ:1. The splitter directs the sound to whatever sound device is currently on. My TV uses the soundbar as the default and automatically comes on when you turn on the TV. You have to turn off the soundbar first, then power up the receiver to make it the sound go to the 7.1 receiver. If you leave the soundbar on and turn on the revceiver, the sound still goes to the soundbar (yes,I tested it). You might have the receiver as the default sound, but the principle is the same.2. Yes, the sound will come through the soundbar from all the devices but I have to select the receiver input (even with the stereo off). My smart TV apps (netflix, Pandora, etc) comes from my TV and I had to make the TV sound to into an A/V input on the receiver.3. Added plus: This splitter is powered by an USB plugged into the TV , which eliminating having another power supply plug. It also goes on and off with the TV as the little blue light on the splitter will tell you.4
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Return And Refund Policy
  • Return or exchange requests can be made within 10 days of the delivery date.
  • 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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