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  Reply # 569842 17-Jan-2012 11:47
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richms:  pick up a used component/optical switcher off trademe for a few bucks


Some think like this:http://jaycar.co.nz/productView.asp?ID=AC1675&keywords=optical+switch&form=KEYWORD


 

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  Reply # 569846 17-Jan-2012 11:52
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richms:  pick up a used component/optical switcher off trademe for a few bucks


Some think like this:http://jaycar.co.nz/productView.asp?ID=AC1675&keywords=optical+switch&form=KEYWORD


 


Was thinking more like this - http://www.trademe.co.nz/gaming/xbox-360/accessories/other/auction-439155937.htm




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  Reply # 570161 17-Jan-2012 21:36
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Personally, I think it's time to grab yourself a new receiver and sell the old one on Trademe. Nothing better than being able to juice the last few ounces of performance out of your components by plugging everything in, using the best possible connections.



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  Reply # 570692 19-Jan-2012 09:24
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Very cool.  I think switching is the way to go... The more I think about it, a new receiver isn't a good idea (and will keep the wife happy!) just for essentially switching capability.

Thanks for all your suggestions!

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