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I need two optical in's

Discussion in 'Cables & Switches' started by Garion, Mar 28, 2004.

  1. Garion

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    I have a Pioneer DV-99 (excellent) but it only has one optical in, and my Pace twin is connected to that.

    If I get a hard drive/ DVD recorder, is it possible to connect that too to the DV-99 with some kind of splitter so I can get sound out of my speakers when I play back my recordings? I don't want to have to disconnect my Twin to play back on my new recorder thru speakers.
     
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    One of these should do the trick:

    www.keene.co.uk
    B-TECH THREE TO ONE OPTICAL SWITCHER (TOSLINK TYPE)

    Expand your optical inputs/outputs with these
    switchable selectors. They allow any three optical
    devices to be connected to the input or output
    of a fourth, The simple rotary selector eliminates
    the need for continuous plugging/unplugging of
    your equipment.
    For Toslink connections [BTZ1T] £29.99

    Mark.
     
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    Thank you
     
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