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Connect 2 phono sources to one phono input??

Discussion in 'Hi-Fi Stereo Systems & Separates' started by priesh, Jul 17, 2002.

  1. priesh

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    Hi - I have a hifi with one set of phono inputs. What i want to do is connect my t.v phono output and my computer phono output to it without having to unplug one of them every time to put the other one in. Is there some sort of junction box i can get with a switch so i can select which source goes to the hifi??

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    Yes, there are lots.

    Available in Maplin, probably Argos/Index and maybe Curry's/Comet etc - and many hifi dealers (although the esoteric types may not), and probably in a store near you - now :).

    Plus, plenty of online hifi accessory dealers too.
     
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    Thanks

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    QED make a high quality switch box that will do what you want.
    Costs about £30.

    I have one as the power amp that drives my front L/R speakers is 'shared' between a 2ch pre-amp & a Yamaha processor.
     

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