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Topic # 5903 7-Dec-2005 16:31
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Hi guys, sorry about putting this into the Home Theatre forum... I couldn't find a more appropriate forum to post this in....

Anyway, I've got 2 pcs, and 1 pair of speakers. I am just wondering how can I connect both my pcs to my speakers at the same time? (its a bit tedious having to unplug and plug in all the time)

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Reply # 24385 7-Dec-2005 16:44
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There are some boxes you can plug cables from multiple sources and output to a single pair. Then you can use a button to select which source to use. These are available at DSE (I bought one years ago for different sources into my old receiver).

Search for switch box on DSE.

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  Reply # 24386 7-Dec-2005 17:09
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Thanks mate!

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