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Help with Input

Discussion in 'Home Theater Projects' started by solid102, Sep 22, 2006.

  1. solid102

    solid102 New Member

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    Greetings everyone as this is my first post in this forums. I got one presice qustion regarding a purchase. I bought a Panasonic SC-HT640W which can be looked at by this link:

    http://www2.panasonic.com/webapp/wcs...00000000005702

    Now its a nice system for the buck but I got a problem since it got only one audio input which i can connect my cable reciever to it but my problem is i want to connect my ps2 to it too so a second audio input would have been nice. I been thinking as I used to see types of adaptors that allowed you to connect mutliple A/V wires to it then its comes out with one wire and connects it to your DVD/Reciever i tried searching for such device but i cant seem to find it here in the USA.

    Any helps/tips will be greatly appreciated, take care of your self and each on.
     
  2. Stephen Tu

    Stephen Tu Well-Known Member

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  3. Seth=L

    Seth=L Well-Known Member

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    Radioshack has stereo audio switchers that can switch between sources. I personally have a Component, Composite, S-Video and stereo audio switcher that can switch between 4 sources. I got it at Wal-mart for about $20 which is about the same as if you bought an audio only switcher from Radioshack, and you never know when you will need that extra video switching.
     
  4. solid102

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    Beautiful guys beautiful.
     

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