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Fiber Optic Splitter?

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I've been looking for some sort of way to connect my two output sources with Fiber Optic Cables into 1, but my Receiver can only accept 1 Fiber Optic Input at a time.

Is there some kind of small mixer or splitter to fix my issue?

I don't want to keep disconnecting my Fiber Optic Cable and change it. It will take too long and I'd have to move a lot of stuff around.
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This is probably the cheapest option you will find. Probably not the most durable thing, though.

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Or there is this, far more convenient than a manual switch, and no durability issues.

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