Looking for Component/Optical input switcher

Discussion in 'Home Theater Projects' started by Cali, Sep 24, 2003.

  1. Cali

    Cali Auditioning

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    I hope I worded that correctly.

    My tv has only one component input and I need to connect more than one, also my receiver only has one optical input and I need more than that.

    Can anyone recommend a switcher that can do both or at least the video, without any picture degradation?

    I noticed one for sale at: "Smarthome.com" it is #7772 for $199.
    Anyone know if this one is any good?

    Also, I will be adding a projector in the next 6 months, then I will need a feed to that aswell. So at that point it will be 3 component inputs and 2 component outputs.

    I appreciate any input.

    Thank you,
    Cali
     
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  3. Cali

    Cali Auditioning

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    Thank you Arthur.
     
  4. Cali

    Cali Auditioning

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    I see that Pelican has one available called "The system selector pro" for $99 and it has 2 outputs.

    Full Metal Casing
    8 AV/S-Video Inputs (one on front)
    8 HDTV-Compatible Component Inputs (one on front)
    3 Ethernet (Broadband) Inputs
    3 Optical Digital Audio Inputs
    Standard AV Footprint (17" wide)
    Back-lit Interchangeble Name Plates (DVD, Game Console, VCR, Satellite TV, Xbox, PlayStation 2, Playstation, Nintendo 64, GameCube, Cable TV, Video Camera, Computer, Other)
    Zero Impedance Circuitry
    5 Year Product Warranty
    Includes: 1 System Selector PRO, 1 AC Adapter, 1 AV/S-Video Cable, 1 Component Cable, 13 Nameplates

    Has anyone tried this one?

    Thank you,
    Cali
     

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