Gamesystems s-video cables and switchboxes

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  1. NickRHave

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    I have a Gamecube, Xbox, and PS2 and was wondering what the best s-video cables are and where I can get them. Also, I'm looking for a a/v switchbox that has s-video on it. I saw one at Radioshack. Does anyone know if that is a good one? Any suggestions would be great. Thanks
     
  2. Rob Varto

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    The radio shack one works fine.
     
  3. Drew_N

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    There is also a great video game switchbox made by Pelican. It has little plastic switchable names (comes with almost all systems) to put above the buttons to designate the game system. Nice piece, has S-video, and is fairly cheap.

    Found one at FYE, but I can't seem to find it on their website at all.
     
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    Yes, the Pelican switchbox works great. The pass-through is very clean. I think it lists for $24.99, but you can usally find it $19.99 at places like Best Buy, Circuit City, etc. At that price, you can't go wrong with this unit.

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