Component switchers?

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  1. PeterB

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    Hey there

    I'm not sure if I'm in the right thread, but I now have so many sources with component outputs (my HD receiver, progressive scan DVD player, DVHS deck and the X-Box) my TV can't handle it as it only has two component inputs.

    Does anyone know if they make some sort of device where I can plug in a bunch of component sources and send it all out to the TV? Would this be called a swticher? i don't want to buy a full A/V receiver, as I"m happy with the one I've got.

    Thanks much!
     
  2. DonRoeber

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    The radio shack component switcher will work just fine.
     
  3. PeterB

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    Hey Don

    Thanks for the help. However, do you know the model number/brand of the switcher? I checked the Radio shack website and couldn't find anything...

    Thanks again.
     
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  5. DonRoeber

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    Peter, check out this thread. This topic comes up quite often in the Video Game Hardware forum.
     

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