Component video switching

Discussion in 'Home Theater Projects' started by Rob||Kur||, Dec 28, 2003.

  1. Rob||Kur||

    Rob||Kur|| Stunt Coordinator

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    Ok, I've got a bit of a problem here. I'm going to be having AT LEAST 3 480p sources in my HT being fed to a Sanyo Z1 projector. 1. DVD, 2. HDTV cable box, 3. Gamecube. I'm not sure if my PS2 supports it, but if so, I'd like to use that as well.

    Problem is, my B&K Reference 20 has NO component inputs at all.

    What would be my least expensive solution to this problem while maintaining the qualities of the source?
     
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  3. pelican makes a sitch box that has component video,optical digital,s-video,composite and ethernet as well as regular stereo r/l jacks. they come with all the labels for the systems available. it's $99 bucks at best buy and available in the game department. comes in black or silver and has a standard component footprint.
     

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