Will an Optical Splitter Work - Connect TV & DVD to Amp.
I have an OLED65C9 TV, it has an Optical Output connection which I would like to use.
I would like to be able to feed sound from my TV through my Amp's optical input, whenever I wish to hear audio through my full sound system.
However, I would also like to also connect my DVD player to the same optical input on my Amp.
I don't want to buy another Amp, and I thought that I could use an Optical Splitter that would allow me to use the Amp's optical input connection for both the TV & DVD player. (in case anyone is wondering my Amp does not have any HDMI connections).
I assume this splitter can detect when I'm using one versus the other and switch outputs accordingly.
I was considering using this item I found on Amazon, I would appreciate some experts opinions on whether this would do the job for me....LiNKFOR 3 Port Digital Optical Splitter 1x3 Aluminum Alloy SPDIF Toslink Optical Fiber Audio Splitter Fiber Audio Splitter.
I assume I would connect the input connection from the splitter to the output optical connection from my TV. Then connect one of the output splitter connections to my Amp and another to the DVD. Does that make sense?
TY all for your input,