Cables To Go 4x2 S-Video + Composite Video + Stereo Audio Selector Switch (4 x 2)

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Description: Why be limited with the number of inputs your TV or receiver has? With this switch, you can plug in more sources than your TV or receiver can handle alone. Add flexibility to your existing audio/video system, or quickly connect multiple gaming systems. This solution is for the a/v hobbyist who wants to take full control of an ever-expanding system while adding flexibility and trouble-free cable management.

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    Product Title:Cables To Go 4x2 S-Video + Composite Video + Stereo Audio Selector
    Manufacturer:Cables To Go
    Lowest Price:$17.94from NextWarehouse.com

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Why be limited with the number of inputs your TV or receiver has? With this switch, you can plug in more sources than your TV or receiver can handle alone. Add flexibility to your existing audio/video system, or quickly connect multiple gaming systems. This solution is for the a/v hobbyist who wants to take full control of an ever-expanding system while adding flexibility and trouble-free cable management.
3 Reviews for Cables To Go 4x2 S-Video + Composite Video + Stereo Audio Selector Switch (4 x 2)
by Dr. B
26/08/2010
Works Great If Only Using One Output
I have three different components I need to hook up to my TV, but only have two sets of inputs to do it with. So I was always having to swap cables. After running across this device, I actually found that it solves two of my problems. Not only does it allow me to connect everything to my TV and switch between them with the simple press of a button, it also allows for a device with an S-Video jack to be connected to my TV which only has composite inputs. I had been using an adapter to do this, but it didn't fit into the S-Video jack very tightly and also the cable I was using it with wasn't very good quality. Now I use a high quality S-Video cable and let this box handle converting it to composite. The picture quality is much better now. So if you need a way to hook up more components than your TV can handle, this device can easily do the trick.

*UPDATE*

I recently tried to use the second set of outputs to hook up to a video capture device and noticed a...
by J. Mills
06/07/2010
Perfect for the A/V setup I reworked at a local bar
I'm going to type one review for three products. I hope that is allowed.

A friend of mine owns the "hippest ultra-chic dive bar" in Mesa, AZ. The A/V system has had many problems for several years. The biggest customer complaint was the snowy picture and lack of clarity across the 8 televisions. Being a dive bar, these were not LCD's or Plasma TV's, all were CRT's. I had a budget of $200. The original setup was for Direct TV, DVD player, VCR and ROKU, an internet TV provider. These were all connected via 2-way coax splitters and two way switches. I removed about two dozen of the switches and splitters along with a couple hundred feet of coax when I started.

The first part of my setup used the Cables To Go 28750 4x2 S-Video + Composite Video + Stereo Audio Selector Switch (Black) (purchased here). This...
by Sam Mead
29/10/2010
Works like a charm.
This thing is great. I have a DVD player that I wanted to be able to use for a CD player as well, but who wants to turn on your TV just to listen to CDs? With two outputs on this, it's easy to run the audio to the TV AND to the audio receiver. And everything else plugs in as well. I now have a DVD player, VCR, and Satellite box, all running into this box and out to the TV and receiver. Awesome! Sometimes, simple is best....