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multiple device connection advice

kag12

Novice Member
hi!

I know this has been asked before but all the posts I have found have been at least 3 years old so I would like some up to date advice please.

I have my PC, Xbox one, PS4 and PS3 all connected to my TV.
I have never had an home entertainment system of any variety before, is there a way to have all 4 devices connected without having to unplug and plug cables every time I switch?

thanks for any help you can provide!
 

fxv300

Active Member
Yes most new AMPs will normally have a number of HDMI inputs so you can decide which one to pass to the TV or Monitor. You have to research as to what future capabilities you need. This particular AMP has 5 HDMI input and 1 output. You can switch easily from one device to the next using a remote or the front switch.


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kag12

Novice Member
Awesome!! So, just so I make sure I understand this correctly, I can plug all my devices into the AMP via HDMI and then have a HDMI from the AMP to my tv?
 

fxv300

Active Member
yes that's what I have (PC, ROKU4, Laptop) all to AMP via HDMI then AMP to TV via HDMI. In my case the TV is a 4K monitor.
 

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