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Would this work as a speaker switch?


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I want to have two 3.5mm sources, one from my PC and one from my TV, both plugged into my speakers at the same time. So i could be listening to music on my PC then want to change to my TV, and flick the switch and the input the speakers are receiving would change when the switch is flicked. My speakers are logitech x-540s btw, which use a 3.5mm input to the sub, so in theory it should work no?

Would this work for it, as I have looked at other solutions and found nothing, although I did find one place describing how to make one.

This is the product



Distinguished Member
Assuming all the input signals are low level, as opposed to power outputs, I think it probably would work.

I assume your speakers are normal computer speakers that have their own built-in amps, and it is the amps you are feeding and not the speakers. If so, then the input signals should all be low level, and it should work.

Can't guarantee it, but from the link you gave us, I don't see why it wouldn't.

Just my opinion.


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