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Switch between Receivers

by Tyelr Artz / December 1, 2009 6:00 AM PST

I am looking for a 5.1 system amp selector switch. I have a 5.1 home theater system and want the capability to connect the home theater DVD as well as a separate receiver to the same speaker system. Both systems will not be operating at the same time so I shouldn't have a problem there, but I would like the ability to switch between the two receivers (amps) for the one speaker system.

What do you recommend? Who may carry such a switch?

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Could you...
by Pepe7 / December 1, 2009 8:51 AM PST

...specify exactly which equipment (make/models) you have now?

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by Tyelr Artz / December 1, 2009 9:33 AM PST
In reply to: Could you...

One unit is a Blu-ray Home Theater DVD player Samsung HT-BD2E with five Samsung speakers and a sub-woofer. The second receiver is an Onkyo TX-SV343. Both units have output for 2 front, 2 surround, one center, and one sub-woofer speaker.

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