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I hope there is a solution to my problem.

I have a Denon A/V receiver with two optical inputs. However, I now have three devices with optical ouputs. As I will only be using one at a time, I was wondering if there was an inexpensive optical combiner that I could get. Thanks in advance!
 

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Or you could go with an optical "Y" splitter. Sounds like it can do what you need and is a little less expensive. Not to mention that there's no manual switching required. See here [partsexpress.com]


edit: looked at that part again and it looks like it probably won't work for you. Its got one input --> two outputs.
 

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Or you could go with an optical "Y" splitter. Sounds like it can do what you need and is a little less expensive. Not to mention that there's no manual switching required. See here [partsexpress.com]


edit: looked at that part again and it looks like it probably won't work for you. Its got one input --> two outputs.
Yeah, and if it's like the one I tried about a year ago, it will not work in "reverse" like some analog adapters will.
 
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