Hooking up multiple consoles

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  1. Kimmer

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    looking for some advice. right now i have my dvd player hooked to my tv and i have to swap out cables whenever i play games so i was wondering if there's anything good out there that will help me hook everything up wthout having to swap cables. the only thing i've seen is the pelican system selector but i would appreciate any helpful info here.
     
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    Surround sound receiver. Most decent to good ones will let you hook everything up, then run them to the tv. Granted, it's more than buying a switch, but it's worth it.
     
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    i got two hooked up to my TV...i got the Gamestop (which is the same as the pelican one i think) composite selector and the component selector. I think they work well for $20.

    If you have multiple HDMIs though, the ones i've seen all go for $60+.
     

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