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Welcome to Component Junction!

by analyzerbunny / March 19, 2007 7:39 AM PDT

Okay...its not really a place so much as its a box you plug into the back of your tv to increase the number of component connections your tv can handle.

Does anyone know if this exists? How it would work? Who sells them?

PS Steweeee is a show off!

8^)

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hi
by jostenmeat / March 19, 2007 12:56 PM PDT

"Component" connections as in y-pb-pr (red/blue/green)?

You don't have a receiver/processr that can "switch/convert" compononent connections?

Anyways, I've never what I think* you are asking for. Otherwise, there are a number of hdmi switchers out there. Not incredibly cheap though.

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Component...the Red, Blue, Yellow...
by analyzerbunny / March 19, 2007 11:42 PM PDT
In reply to: hi

Plugs. I only have one on the back of my tv. I am looking for the ability to plug more than one component typa cable into the back of the tv. The DVD and PS2 both use component cables.

I guess my 'other' option would be to get a new DVD player that uses HDMI and that would free up my component connectors for the PS2, but I wanted to wait for prices to drop on Blu-Ray.

8^)

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For component get a $20 AV stereo passive switcher.
by jcrobso / March 20, 2007 2:30 AM PDT

Use the yellow for yellow, red for red and white for blue. John

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