I'm sure many of you have more systems then inputs on your TVs. I have been looking for a decent component video and optical audio selector for a while but no reputable company seems to produce one.
Any experiences or suggestions?
I know you mentioned it before, but your avatar is priceless.
(Edited by Don Komarechka (1588), Nov 20, 2006)Re: a/v selectors?
Don Komarechka (1588), Nov 20, 2006
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Hah, thanks :) That was this Halloween. It was actually a store display for Tetris DS that I glued together for stability and cut the necessary holes in. I worked an 8 hour shift in that thing. I fell down once in the back room, and couldn't get up. I never thought being a tetrimino would be so hard. big pic: http://www.electricpickleonline.com/images/halloween/P1010362.JPG
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This is what I use:
Unfortunately, it seems to be out of stock now. But it's worked really well for me. Three different component inputs, and with my new telly, there are two component inputs, so I actually have four. Pretty sweet. I haven't had any trouble with it at all, so if you can find one, I'd definitely suggest it.
I think I like your costume better, but I'm not going to get another chance to post this link: An L-block goes for a walk, by the Mega64 guys. Just remember not to get too many of you guys in the same room together or you might get cleared.