On the current version optical inputs are prioritized over RCA inputs and RCA inputs are "scanned". This means if optical input 2 is the active input and there is a signal on optical input 1 it will switch to input 1. If optical input 2 is the active input and there is a signal on optical input 3 it will not switch. Only if there is no signal on any optical input it will check the RCA inputs (and will stay on a RCA input as long as there is a signal or a optical signal comes up). A newer version with alternating inputs (where optical 1 has highest priority, RCA1 has second priority, optical 2 has 3rd priority ... and where also the RCA inputs have priorities will be available soon).
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