• ViewHD SPDIF | TOSLINK Digital Optical Audio Switcher 3x1 with Remote | Three Inputs to One Output | Model: VHD-TS3X1
  • ViewHD SPDIF | TOSLINK Digital Optical Audio Switcher 3x1 with Remote | Three Inputs to One Output | Model: VHD-TS3X1
  • ViewHD SPDIF | TOSLINK Digital Optical Audio Switcher 3x1 with Remote | Three Inputs to One Output | Model: VHD-TS3X1
ViewHD SPDIF | TOSLINK Digital Optical Audio Switcher 3x1 with Remote | Three Inputs to One Output | Model: VHD-TS3X1
ViewHD SPDIF | TOSLINK Digital Optical Audio Switcher 3x1 with Remote | Three Inputs to One Output | Model: VHD-TS3X1
ViewHD SPDIF | TOSLINK Digital Optical Audio Switcher 3x1 with Remote | Three Inputs to One Output | Model: VHD-TS3X1

ViewHD SPDIF | TOSLINK Digital Optical Audio Switcher 3x1 with Remote | Three Inputs to One Output | Model: VHD-TS3X1

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  • Three toslink optical audio input signals switch to one toslink optical output
  • Audio format: support all Toslink digital optical audio formats up to DTS & DD 5.1CH and 192KHz. Does not support Dolby D+.
  • Output distance is up to 40m, with optical fiber cable loss of less than 0.2Db/m
  • Input can be selected through remote control or button on the switch
  • Can be placed out of sight with the included IR receiver

Customer Reviews

Happy with purchaseI purchased this device to connect my Blu Ray player and Apple TV to my Vizio sound bar's one optical input. It works and is easy to connect. Sound is good from both Blu Ray player and Apple TV.The remote is convenient, but the range isn't great for me. Sometimes it requires a couple of tries from various angles to change, but I'm glad I have it.Something to consider...This is not a criticism of this particular device, but keep in mind that you will need to plug this in, so make sure you have an available outlet nearby. I had a standard 6-outlet power strip, but with the addition of this device I now need a 7 outlet power strip for my set up, so I needed to buy a different power strip to accommodate everything. I suspect my set up will be similar to many of yours: TV + Direct TV (2) + Apple TV + Blu Ray + Sound Bar + This Optical Switcher = 7. If you have gaming devices, you'll need more.Finally...one other piece of advice...I bought two optical cables to use with this device. I purchased metal-ended TOSLink cables with braided jackets through Amazon. They work and connect easily...but I actually find them bulky with the braided jackets. I'm keeping them, but I think I would have been happier with less bulky cables. 4Nice option for multiple inputsAfter purchasing a different item that worked, I realized that there were things I would have preferred that my previous item didn't. For these prices it's easy to make the change. Thinking it through the first time would have benefited me more but here's the pros of this item. I am running wifi music adapter and a TV through this to a 2 channel stereo. It has an on/off button which seems intuitive but not all of these do. Easier than unplugging. Set up was 5 minutes. I run toslink cables from tv and wifi receiver to the input of this unit and 1 set of RCA from output to stereo. There is a toggle button to switch between the inputs. The nice thing about this is that you only need 1 output running to stereo vs multiple outputs so you are only taking up 1 input on your stereo and don't have to switch back and forth.Again, have to say that so far this unit works well and at this point no real cons. 5Connect smart TV to older audio equipmentI have been using this for over two years and wanted to share my experience with this product. I had one problem in using it but finally solved it. I connect a Samsung smart TV to our oid school Technics receiver (via a toslink fiber optic cable to the tv and rca cables to the reciever) in order to hear TV sound from the stereo speakers. Since the stereo speakers are at the back of the room, we also leave the TV speakers on for a poor man's surround sound. This works great once the receiver volume is balanced with the TV volume. However, this presented an annoying problem when watching programs on smart TV apps only (it worked fine watching cable TV and blue ray discs). When watching something on amazon for example, we would hear a loud annoying noise from the stereo speakers that sounded like a combination of hiss and a machine gun We simply could not use the stereo speakers while watching amazon, only the tv speakers. It turned out that changing the tv audio > SPDIF output > audio format setting to PCM solved the problem. Wish I had tried this a couple of years ago when I got it! Not sure why it only did it for apps and not from cable or blue ray. I had searched online for this specific problem many times but never heard about anyone with the same symptoms that we had. Hope this helped someone with the same problem that we had. 5Good, using for older Consoles.I am using the 4:2 version. I am only using 1 output, and 2 Inputs, I am using this with my 2002 Xbox and my PS2. I am getting 5.1 surround out of the Xbox & PS2. I am using Audio Quest Forest Cables 5ft and 10ft to my RX-v675. It does work, but I did notice a small drop in sound quilty. I do hate the plastic ports, I was worried I would break them, but so far no probem. I have also Order a Shinybow Component Matrix with Digtal optical out. I will let you know how they compare later.Update 12/202016Got the Shinybow Component and digital optical matrix Switcher. The sound is much more vibrant and you get more sounds that you miss on your games. The Shinybow is $300+ Vs $30. The size is very big for Shinybow vs VeiwHD. The conectors are alot stronger on the shinybow. He my my thoughts if you need a Component with digital Optical get shinybow. if you want a cheaper buy ViewHD. Shinybow is more for high end Gamers or Video views. 4Exactly what I needed for my devicesI have been looking for a 3 way toslink switch for awhile to use with my old Sony surround sound receiver. I have a cable box, a blu ray player and an Amazon FireTV. All use toslink cables yet my receiver only has one toslink/optical input. I got tired of switching cables from each device every single time I wanted to use something. I decided to give the ViewHD switch a shot after reading a lot of positive reviews about it over other brands and couldn't be happier that I did. It was easy to set up, the toslink cables I'm using connected to it easily and there are no sound issues at all. The sound is just as clear and loud as it was without the switch.The instructions say it supports all audio formats up to 5.1 so if you are using 7.1 I don't think this will work.The switch comes with an IR sensor that plugs into the switch and can be placed in a convenient spot.The IR sensor doesn't exactly have the best range so it does take a little time to find the "sweet spot" for it.My tv is a good 10 feet away from my sofa and I found that turning the IR sensor vertically was best for me. It allows me to use the remote from my sofa. If I laid it horizontally I would have to be closer for it to work.What I did was just use some fun tack putty on the bottom of the senor and stuck it on my tv stand to keep it vertically.I would recommend getting some fun tack putty or Velcro for the IR sensor no matter what as the sensor is small and very light weight so it doesn't always stay where you put it. The cord pulls on it and it turns on its side, etc..Putting something on the bottom of it will keep it where you want it to be.I'm very happy with the switch and do recommend it. 5Working Great with PC & PS4 & SteelseriesThe box is quite small, about 2"x2". I'm not planning on using the remote since it would be more clutter on my desk, so I use the button on the unit to toggle input sources. The remote has about as big of an area footprint as the unit itself, so it wasn't advantageous for me to use since I can reach the unit all the time. The remote makes more sense when the optical switch is used for a TV audio system and you're not sitting near the unit.I use mine to toggle audio input between my PC and PS4 into a Steelseries wireless headset mixamp. The PC and PS4 are on a computer desk using a computer monitor. I only set it up today, but both sources are working great! No more crawling under my desk to switch out my optical cable from PC to PS4.It was a minor invonvenience to provision a power outlet for this tiny unit. It uses a pretty small power brick that's still big enough to cover up two outlet spaces. I had to steal an outlet multiplier from another room that wasn't being used, so it wasn't a big deal for me, but keep it in mind in case you need to run to the store to get one more thing to make your setup work.EDIT 3/20/2016: I had to return the switch after about two days of use because it stopped working. It was very frustrating because it did exactly what I needed at first. Instead of sitting down to use my PC/PS4 one day, I had to reconfigure my wiring and package everything up to to return the optical switch. I'm grateful that Amazon at least refunded me as soon as the return package was scanned in by FedEx. It allows me to shop for a new solution right away. 2Solves an issue when EDID prevents DD or DTS 5.1 from being sent to a receiver or TV.This little device solved an issue that had been plaguing me for months; however, note that I'm not using it for it's audio extraction abilities.Some media devices, like my PS4, use EDID (Extended display identification data) to identify what the display, TV, monitor, etc can reproduce. My TV is an LG 55LF6100 and has the ability to pass-through Dolby Digital and DTS 5.1 audio from its HDMI input to an optical output. When my PS4 would startup and initiate the HDMI 'handshake', the PS4 would think that my TV would only allow 2-channel audio. Older devices like the PS3 could be configured to send 5.1 bitstream audio always, but the PS4 relies on EDID even after configuring the PS4 to send Dolby Digital or DTS via HDMI so no 5.1 audio was being sent.Enter the ViewHD Audio Extractor. I connected the device in-line with my HDMI connections between the PS4 and TV, set the EDID selector to 5.1, and Viola! Dolby Digital and DTS is now sent to my TV, passed through, and sent via optical cable to my 5.1 setup. The Audio Extractor tells the PS4 what audio and video settings it accepts and then passes them through to the TV.Note that the VHD-H2HSAs and the VHD-H2HSAi are essentially the same device. The VHD-H2HSAi is for British setups, but it worked fine for me. 5Doesn't last - find something elseThe device worked fine for a few months, but it just didn't hold up. I have only 2 HDMI ports on my TV but I needed to connect a PS3, PS4, Apple TV, and a home theater, so this device handled 3 of the units just fine. It burned out after a few months of use so I replaced it thinking the price point was worth it and maybe I just had a bad unit. The replacement literally lasted less than 5 minutes. One minute the power was on and a few minutes later it was no longer working. I don't know what I would replace it with, but I know I will not recommend this device nor will I buy yet another replacement. It's about time I bought a new, larger TV with more HDMI ports, but I'll wait until Black Friday to buy it. Until then, I'll just have to manually switch out my PS3 and PS4 consoles and live without a home theater. 2Switcher vs Sound upgrade!I purchased this switched a few months ago because my surround sound bar only had one optical cable port. As my girlfriend and I started our ever-growing collection of electronics, it was either upgrade our sound bar or figure something else out.This was the answer!I plugged this into my sound bar, and I now have 3 other ports for other optical cables. I know have one optical cable port for my xbox one, one port for my PS4 and one port for my Kodi box.The remote that comes with it is very simple to use and straightforward.It has a little infrared adapter that plugs into the switcher for the remote to function off of, so the switcher itself can remain hidden elsewhere (I keep my switcher behind the entertainment system, but the tiny adapter sits right next to my surround sound bar - can barely see it!)For the price, this is a no brainer. Very simple to use. The only downside is, another remote control. I know, but it's much better than having to upgrade your whole system for extra optical ports! 5Worked OK for a few days then remote failed.Dec 19, 2017 updateThis switch has been operating without any hiccups at all since I retouched the visually bad solder joints on June 18, 2015. After purchasing several other products by ViewHD in the last couple of years and finding them all to be excellent I'm raising my review to four stars. I'm fairly confident that the poor soldering/QA process has been corrected.June 18, 2015 UpdateReading a review that mentioned the extremely poor soldering technique used I disassembled the unit and found the same. Several solder joints were obviously 'cold' and several barely had any solder at all. I retouched all of the visually bad joints and all of the joints around the remote IR receiver. The remote is now operative.I would suggest that if the extremely poor construction techniques used when I purchased the unit two years ago have been eradicated this could be a pretty good unit.June 17, 2015 Original reviewI purchased this switch almost exactly two years ago as a backup for a couple of switches from another manufacturer. Last week the last of those switches gave up the ghost and I placed this one into operation. This is the first time the unit has been used, it has been in storage for those two years.For several days the unit operated flawlessly. Today the remote failed to turn it on. The unit still works properly via the push buttons, but totally ignores the remote. I also tried using my Harmony remote which has profiles for this switch. It fails to operate with the Harmony remote, too, so I am fairly certain the problem lies within the remote control circuitry of the switch.I realize the unit is well out of warranty and I'm not looking for a warranty replacement, but as it hasn't been used it is essentially a new. I'm writing this report to let others know that at least this one failed in only a few days. 4
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Description
  • Three toslink optical audio input signals switch to one toslink optical output
  • Audio format: support all Toslink digital optical audio formats up to DTS & DD 5.1CH and 192KHz. Does not support Dolby D+.
  • Output distance is up to 40m, with optical fiber cable loss of less than 0.2Db/m
  • Input can be selected through remote control or button on the switch
  • Can be placed out of sight with the included IR receiver
Reviews

Customer Reviews

Happy with purchaseI purchased this device to connect my Blu Ray player and Apple TV to my Vizio sound bar's one optical input. It works and is easy to connect. Sound is good from both Blu Ray player and Apple TV.The remote is convenient, but the range isn't great for me. Sometimes it requires a couple of tries from various angles to change, but I'm glad I have it.Something to consider...This is not a criticism of this particular device, but keep in mind that you will need to plug this in, so make sure you have an available outlet nearby. I had a standard 6-outlet power strip, but with the addition of this device I now need a 7 outlet power strip for my set up, so I needed to buy a different power strip to accommodate everything. I suspect my set up will be similar to many of yours: TV + Direct TV (2) + Apple TV + Blu Ray + Sound Bar + This Optical Switcher = 7. If you have gaming devices, you'll need more.Finally...one other piece of advice...I bought two optical cables to use with this device. I purchased metal-ended TOSLink cables with braided jackets through Amazon. They work and connect easily...but I actually find them bulky with the braided jackets. I'm keeping them, but I think I would have been happier with less bulky cables. 4Nice option for multiple inputsAfter purchasing a different item that worked, I realized that there were things I would have preferred that my previous item didn't. For these prices it's easy to make the change. Thinking it through the first time would have benefited me more but here's the pros of this item. I am running wifi music adapter and a TV through this to a 2 channel stereo. It has an on/off button which seems intuitive but not all of these do. Easier than unplugging. Set up was 5 minutes. I run toslink cables from tv and wifi receiver to the input of this unit and 1 set of RCA from output to stereo. There is a toggle button to switch between the inputs. The nice thing about this is that you only need 1 output running to stereo vs multiple outputs so you are only taking up 1 input on your stereo and don't have to switch back and forth.Again, have to say that so far this unit works well and at this point no real cons. 5Connect smart TV to older audio equipmentI have been using this for over two years and wanted to share my experience with this product. I had one problem in using it but finally solved it. I connect a Samsung smart TV to our oid school Technics receiver (via a toslink fiber optic cable to the tv and rca cables to the reciever) in order to hear TV sound from the stereo speakers. Since the stereo speakers are at the back of the room, we also leave the TV speakers on for a poor man's surround sound. This works great once the receiver volume is balanced with the TV volume. However, this presented an annoying problem when watching programs on smart TV apps only (it worked fine watching cable TV and blue ray discs). When watching something on amazon for example, we would hear a loud annoying noise from the stereo speakers that sounded like a combination of hiss and a machine gun We simply could not use the stereo speakers while watching amazon, only the tv speakers. It turned out that changing the tv audio > SPDIF output > audio format setting to PCM solved the problem. Wish I had tried this a couple of years ago when I got it! Not sure why it only did it for apps and not from cable or blue ray. I had searched online for this specific problem many times but never heard about anyone with the same symptoms that we had. Hope this helped someone with the same problem that we had. 5Good, using for older Consoles.I am using the 4:2 version. I am only using 1 output, and 2 Inputs, I am using this with my 2002 Xbox and my PS2. I am getting 5.1 surround out of the Xbox & PS2. I am using Audio Quest Forest Cables 5ft and 10ft to my RX-v675. It does work, but I did notice a small drop in sound quilty. I do hate the plastic ports, I was worried I would break them, but so far no probem. I have also Order a Shinybow Component Matrix with Digtal optical out. I will let you know how they compare later.Update 12/202016Got the Shinybow Component and digital optical matrix Switcher. The sound is much more vibrant and you get more sounds that you miss on your games. The Shinybow is $300+ Vs $30. The size is very big for Shinybow vs VeiwHD. The conectors are alot stronger on the shinybow. He my my thoughts if you need a Component with digital Optical get shinybow. if you want a cheaper buy ViewHD. Shinybow is more for high end Gamers or Video views. 4Exactly what I needed for my devicesI have been looking for a 3 way toslink switch for awhile to use with my old Sony surround sound receiver. I have a cable box, a blu ray player and an Amazon FireTV. All use toslink cables yet my receiver only has one toslink/optical input. I got tired of switching cables from each device every single time I wanted to use something. I decided to give the ViewHD switch a shot after reading a lot of positive reviews about it over other brands and couldn't be happier that I did. It was easy to set up, the toslink cables I'm using connected to it easily and there are no sound issues at all. The sound is just as clear and loud as it was without the switch.The instructions say it supports all audio formats up to 5.1 so if you are using 7.1 I don't think this will work.The switch comes with an IR sensor that plugs into the switch and can be placed in a convenient spot.The IR sensor doesn't exactly have the best range so it does take a little time to find the "sweet spot" for it.My tv is a good 10 feet away from my sofa and I found that turning the IR sensor vertically was best for me. It allows me to use the remote from my sofa. If I laid it horizontally I would have to be closer for it to work.What I did was just use some fun tack putty on the bottom of the senor and stuck it on my tv stand to keep it vertically.I would recommend getting some fun tack putty or Velcro for the IR sensor no matter what as the sensor is small and very light weight so it doesn't always stay where you put it. The cord pulls on it and it turns on its side, etc..Putting something on the bottom of it will keep it where you want it to be.I'm very happy with the switch and do recommend it. 5Working Great with PC & PS4 & SteelseriesThe box is quite small, about 2"x2". I'm not planning on using the remote since it would be more clutter on my desk, so I use the button on the unit to toggle input sources. The remote has about as big of an area footprint as the unit itself, so it wasn't advantageous for me to use since I can reach the unit all the time. The remote makes more sense when the optical switch is used for a TV audio system and you're not sitting near the unit.I use mine to toggle audio input between my PC and PS4 into a Steelseries wireless headset mixamp. The PC and PS4 are on a computer desk using a computer monitor. I only set it up today, but both sources are working great! No more crawling under my desk to switch out my optical cable from PC to PS4.It was a minor invonvenience to provision a power outlet for this tiny unit. It uses a pretty small power brick that's still big enough to cover up two outlet spaces. I had to steal an outlet multiplier from another room that wasn't being used, so it wasn't a big deal for me, but keep it in mind in case you need to run to the store to get one more thing to make your setup work.EDIT 3/20/2016: I had to return the switch after about two days of use because it stopped working. It was very frustrating because it did exactly what I needed at first. Instead of sitting down to use my PC/PS4 one day, I had to reconfigure my wiring and package everything up to to return the optical switch. I'm grateful that Amazon at least refunded me as soon as the return package was scanned in by FedEx. It allows me to shop for a new solution right away. 2Solves an issue when EDID prevents DD or DTS 5.1 from being sent to a receiver or TV.This little device solved an issue that had been plaguing me for months; however, note that I'm not using it for it's audio extraction abilities.Some media devices, like my PS4, use EDID (Extended display identification data) to identify what the display, TV, monitor, etc can reproduce. My TV is an LG 55LF6100 and has the ability to pass-through Dolby Digital and DTS 5.1 audio from its HDMI input to an optical output. When my PS4 would startup and initiate the HDMI 'handshake', the PS4 would think that my TV would only allow 2-channel audio. Older devices like the PS3 could be configured to send 5.1 bitstream audio always, but the PS4 relies on EDID even after configuring the PS4 to send Dolby Digital or DTS via HDMI so no 5.1 audio was being sent.Enter the ViewHD Audio Extractor. I connected the device in-line with my HDMI connections between the PS4 and TV, set the EDID selector to 5.1, and Viola! Dolby Digital and DTS is now sent to my TV, passed through, and sent via optical cable to my 5.1 setup. The Audio Extractor tells the PS4 what audio and video settings it accepts and then passes them through to the TV.Note that the VHD-H2HSAs and the VHD-H2HSAi are essentially the same device. The VHD-H2HSAi is for British setups, but it worked fine for me. 5Doesn't last - find something elseThe device worked fine for a few months, but it just didn't hold up. I have only 2 HDMI ports on my TV but I needed to connect a PS3, PS4, Apple TV, and a home theater, so this device handled 3 of the units just fine. It burned out after a few months of use so I replaced it thinking the price point was worth it and maybe I just had a bad unit. The replacement literally lasted less than 5 minutes. One minute the power was on and a few minutes later it was no longer working. I don't know what I would replace it with, but I know I will not recommend this device nor will I buy yet another replacement. It's about time I bought a new, larger TV with more HDMI ports, but I'll wait until Black Friday to buy it. Until then, I'll just have to manually switch out my PS3 and PS4 consoles and live without a home theater. 2Switcher vs Sound upgrade!I purchased this switched a few months ago because my surround sound bar only had one optical cable port. As my girlfriend and I started our ever-growing collection of electronics, it was either upgrade our sound bar or figure something else out.This was the answer!I plugged this into my sound bar, and I now have 3 other ports for other optical cables. I know have one optical cable port for my xbox one, one port for my PS4 and one port for my Kodi box.The remote that comes with it is very simple to use and straightforward.It has a little infrared adapter that plugs into the switcher for the remote to function off of, so the switcher itself can remain hidden elsewhere (I keep my switcher behind the entertainment system, but the tiny adapter sits right next to my surround sound bar - can barely see it!)For the price, this is a no brainer. Very simple to use. The only downside is, another remote control. I know, but it's much better than having to upgrade your whole system for extra optical ports! 5Worked OK for a few days then remote failed.Dec 19, 2017 updateThis switch has been operating without any hiccups at all since I retouched the visually bad solder joints on June 18, 2015. After purchasing several other products by ViewHD in the last couple of years and finding them all to be excellent I'm raising my review to four stars. I'm fairly confident that the poor soldering/QA process has been corrected.June 18, 2015 UpdateReading a review that mentioned the extremely poor soldering technique used I disassembled the unit and found the same. Several solder joints were obviously 'cold' and several barely had any solder at all. I retouched all of the visually bad joints and all of the joints around the remote IR receiver. The remote is now operative.I would suggest that if the extremely poor construction techniques used when I purchased the unit two years ago have been eradicated this could be a pretty good unit.June 17, 2015 Original reviewI purchased this switch almost exactly two years ago as a backup for a couple of switches from another manufacturer. Last week the last of those switches gave up the ghost and I placed this one into operation. This is the first time the unit has been used, it has been in storage for those two years.For several days the unit operated flawlessly. Today the remote failed to turn it on. The unit still works properly via the push buttons, but totally ignores the remote. I also tried using my Harmony remote which has profiles for this switch. It fails to operate with the Harmony remote, too, so I am fairly certain the problem lies within the remote control circuitry of the switch.I realize the unit is well out of warranty and I'm not looking for a warranty replacement, but as it hasn't been used it is essentially a new. I'm writing this report to let others know that at least this one failed in only a few days. 4
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