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Old 10-26-2008, 07:11 PM   #1
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ok i got this problem and i no they have something for it but i dont no what it is.

my problem: i got this receiver with one RCA aux. in. and i got on my audio going to the port and out my reciver and to the amps and to the speakers.

so how to a get the audio from a computer,ps1,ps2,ps3,an xbox,dvd player,wii,xbox360,gamecude,mp3 player, all to a box thing the has something to select one

dont the make a box with swicthes for each "line" cause i bought y splitters and one thing will have the volume cut down.

i have look and look but i cant think of a name for it.

please help
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Old 10-26-2008, 08:32 PM   #2
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So how many total channels would you be switching between. It wouldn't be hard to make something to do the job.
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Old 10-26-2008, 09:36 PM   #3
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omg i would not make it. but i am sure i could. just basic closing and opening the circut. i really would just want a channel for my computer,xbox 360,ps3, so really 5 would be good as i play ps2 and xbox still
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You just need an audio selector switch. I'm not sure whether or not they make one that's available with that many inputs.
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You just need an audio selector switch. I'm not sure whether or not they make one that's available with that many inputs.
If nothing else you can daisy-chain two together.
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Old 10-26-2008, 09:49 PM   #6
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ok i see i see i have found some on newegg. perfect
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I'm not quite sure if anyone makes anything like that. What I would use is a dual gang 5-way rotary switch.
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what that makes no sense. is that a joke? dont do this to me i almost belived it
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Nice find. That's pretty sweet.
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