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Which Component switcher

Discussion in 'Cables & Switches' started by simg, Jun 29, 2005.

  1. simg

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    Need some help picking a component switcher, not sure which to go for. There is one for 69.99 but has only two component sockets or I have found another http://shop.nexnix.co.uk/Scart_Switchers.html here. Dont know what im looking for so any help would be great, thanx in advance :D :D

    Scratch that link above after investigating it hasnt got what I need!! :rolleyes:
     
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    how many devices you wanting to connect, how many display devices do you want to feed and what is your budget??

    Gary
     
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    I need 2, any more connections would be grear, like scart but im not greedy :D
     
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    in your first post you say component do you mean the RCA Component connection or component as in device, as you then mention a SCART switcher :confused:

    If you want a box that will switch RCA component based devices then there are a number of these from £100 to £400 and more IIRC, if you mean you what a device to switch SCART based devices then again, there are a number of those about also.

    Component switches:
    www.zektor.com
    audio authority(sp!) do one also, not sure of website

    SCART
    nexnix as you link shows
    and plenty of others

    for a Component switcher I use a Zektor 4.2 (4 component in, 2 device outputs)

    Gary
     

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