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ViewHD SPDIF / TOSLINK Optical Digital Audio 4X4 True Matrix with Remote Control | VHD-SM4X4
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- Active IC Circuit (not a mechanical switch) for Optimum and Lossless Signal Transfer; Reliable & Flawless Switching
- 4 Inputs & 4 Outputs for Optical / SPDIF / TOSLink Audio Management; A True Matrix for Any Input to Any Output
- Support Data Rate Up To 16Mbps; Support Output Distance Up To 30M
- Comes with Remote Control, User Manual and Universal 5V DC Power Adapter with EU Plug
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This is the ONE and ONLY optical audio 4x4 Matrix on the market for flawless, seamless operation and unsurpassed flexibility for complicated optical audio applications.
It is a true matrix, any input to any output. The four outputs can be the same sharing the same input or be different from different inputs.
Look no further, this is the best on the market.
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I didn't even know such a device existed. With the next-gen consoles out, I had a dilemma. My soundbar only has 2 optical inputs. I had my Xbox360 in one and the PS3 in the other. Now with the PS4 and XboxOne, I needed 2 more. I could pull the plugs each time, but that would be a hassle. After some searching online, saw plenty of cheap solutions with so-so results, then came to find this little gem. 4 inputs! Perfect! Never heard of this brand, but the reviews gave me some comfort.
Soon as I got it, plugged all 4 systems into the 4 inputs, then one Toslink cable to go into my soundbar, done.
All I have to do now is turn on the switch, select the input and I'm getting DD/DTS goodness.
Best of all, I now have one free input in the soundbar.
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.
Sources from which I needed to get sound:
Panasonic UT50 Smart TV apps
U-Verse IPTV Box
Sources to which I needed to get sound:
Panasonic sound bar
Turtle Beach Headset
In preparation for the launch of PS4, I wanted to get all of the necessary components together to make everything work as well as possible, and I wanted to add a Turtle Beach headset. The sound bar only has two inputs. Originally I had everything connected via HDMI to the TV, and then ran the optical output from the TV to the Panasonic sound bar; however, the TV's optical output does not pass Dolby Digital from connected HDMI sources. I ended up purchasing the ViewHD Matrix 4x2 switcher. I now run all three audio sources to the switcher, and then I run one output from the switcher to the sound bar, and the second output from the switcher to the headset. I then use my Harmony One remote to do all of the switching for me.
On the Harmony remote I have devices set up for TV (Speakers), PS4 (Speakers), TV Apps, TV (Headset), PS4 (Headset), Bluetooth Audio. The Harmony One remote works perfectly with it.