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Cheap component switching ?

Discussion in 'Cables & Switches' started by probedb, Dec 20, 2004.

  1. probedb

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    I currenly have my DVD player and computer which both require a component connection to my TV.

    I can't yet afford an amp with built in switching and component switching units seem to cost upwards of £70.

    As a temporary solution could I use these ?? 2 Phono -> 1 Phono

    The DVD and computer are unlikely to be on at the same time.

    Any thoughts ?

    Cheers :)

    Paul.
     
  2. Nick_UK

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    The link doesn't work, but I think I know the gadget you mean. It might work - it all depends on whether one output puts a load on the other, which would result in a dark picture, and maybe bad picture syncing.

    Give it a go. You're not spending a lot :)
     

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