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Old 01-10-06, 03:04 PM
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Multi-devce to one source problem.

Hi there. I have 2 DVDs and a video recorder, each with their own individual audio/video cables needing to go into the back of my TV. Is there anything that i can buy that will allow me to plug them all in at once. Any help is appreciated.

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a home theater receiver?
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a home theater receiver?
Or a switch box.
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An rf modulator may do it.
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I have checked out the switch boxes and that seems to be a good option. Here is another question.....is it possible to buy one of these from CompUSA or some other high street outlet????
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That's possible James. Your best bet is probably to go with a receiver as that gives you substantially more value, especially if you have separate speakers. Even if you don't, it's a good way to get started.

Receivers are available from any major electronics retailer and range from below $100 (generally not very good at that point) to many thousands of dollars (for truly high-end stuff).

This Onkyo for $130 might fit the bill - the special is online only though.
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Thanks for the advice. I am going to look into this further, but will probably go with what you suggested. Looks like it fits the bill perfectly.

Thanks again.

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