Question about Televison & Video
My TV currently has spots for 3 different input devices, currently I use 1 for my Nintendo Wii, 1 for a DVD player, and 1 for cable TV.
I'd like to know if there is a product avilable that would allow me to connect multiple A/V cables to 1 A/V input slot? Much like a surge protector allows you to plug multiple electronic devices into 1 power outlet.
I don't recall the brand of TV, but I know it is a HD flatscreen TV.
Yes, there are devices to help you. You should shop for an “RF Modulator.” While the intention of this box is convert an A/V signal to RF for older televisions, many modulators offer multiple inputs which can be chosen with a switch. Be sure to check both the input and output options on the box that you buy to ensure it will be compatible with your components and television.
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