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Hometheatre system and computer

My computer connected to my tv, i have a home theatre system that i would like to connect the audio of the computer to, but it have only one external entry which i am using for the TV, is there any solution that can allow to different sources to connect to the same entry in the back of the reciever of the hometheatre system, like a hub in computers? thanks

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There are A/V selector switches that allow u to plug in various devices and then switch to each device when wanting to use, I've got one! Amazon or Best Buy even Wal Mart (probably) have in various configurations.

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