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JOLLIE46

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#119212 24-May-2013 14:24
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HI, I HAVE 1 PS3 AND TWO SONY BRAVIA TV'S IN DIFFERENT ROOMS.

I HAVE HDMI CABLE TO EACH TV BUT I HAVE TO KEEP SWAPPING CABLES EACH TIME I WANT TO USE PLAYSTATION.

I DONT WANT THEM TO RUN AT THE SAME TIME, JUST WANT TO BE ABLE TO CHOOSE ONE OR THE OTHER AND STILL WANT IT TO WORK WITH BRAVIA SYNC TO TURN TV/P.STATION ON AND OFF....

WOT IS THE BEST OPTION WITHOUT SPENDING HEAPS ON HOME THEATER RECIVER TYPE SET UP.

CHEERS GEE


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  #824798 24-May-2013 15:04
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Please turn off caps lock!

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  #824827 24-May-2013 15:42
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Look for an HDMI switch




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  #824841 24-May-2013 16:12
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I'd investigate a HDMI switch. I got an inexpensive one off TradeMe, and the buyer even threw in (without my prior knowledge) a spare HDMI cable.

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#838913 18-Jun-2013 20:41
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can you put up a link to trade me. all the switches i have found are for 2-3or4 hdmi in plugs and only one out. 

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  #838921 18-Jun-2013 21:01
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You should be looking at HDMI Matrix Switchers.

And yes, make sure your capslock is off next time...





 

 

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