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2 Component cables need joining

Discussion in 'Cables & Switches' started by hebawom, Jul 27, 2005.

  1. hebawom

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    Component out of gamecube (small lead) won't reach my projector. But have a 10m component lead. Is there some kind of component input - output box I can get? Or an extender or something?
     
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    If you want something a bit more expensive, but of good quality, with the advantage of 1 in and 2 outputs should you want to connect TV and projector, try the JSTECH one here

    Seems to get good raps on AVForums. I have one, waiting for plasma to be delivered to use it to its fullest :D

    Cheers

    Andy
     
  4. Freddo14

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    couldnt u just get three phono-phono joiners that you can buy from maplin for like a quid each?

    like these?
     
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    Yeah - I could have bought those! Cheers for the late advice!! I went with the switcher box in the end. It may come in useful if I get a PS2 or X-box, later on. Cheers to those who replied
     

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