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DIGIFLEX 3 Port AV Audio RCA Phono Selector Switch Connect Xbox, PS2, DVD

by TRIXES

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  • 3 Port AV Phono Switch.
  • Light weight.
  • Portable size.
  • Share one TV with 3 different sources and switch easily
  • Comes with RCA composite AV cable.

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DIGIFLEX 3 Port AV Audio RCA Phono Selector Switch Connect Xbox, PS2, DVD + Triple 3 RCA Phono to RCA Phono Female Connector/Coupler [Electronics] + 3 RCA Phono to Triple Phono Audio Video Cable Lead 3m
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  • Boxed-product Weight: 200 g
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  • Item model number: TRIXES
  • ASIN: B003R7ZSZU
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 11 Jun 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (73 customer reviews)
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Product Description

3 Port AV Audio RCA Phono Selector Switch

This 3-port AV switch allows your TV to be connected to 3 video devices, such as XBOX, DVD, PS2. There will be no need to unplug and plug in wires when changing from game consoles.

Features

Portable size.

Share one TV with 3 different sources and switch easily.

Comes with RCA composite AV cable.

External power is not required.

Contents

1 x 3 Port RCA Phono Selector Switch


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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Ancona on 20 Oct 2010
This is an super little gadget that does exactly what it says. Labelling is clear, switching is positive, and there is no discernable crosstalk. All-in-all excellent value.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Bignik517 on 1 Oct 2010
This is a very good little tool. Easy to use and setup. The audio is clear and crisp and no loss of quality can be heard by using the switch.
Would recommend this product to anyone and at this small price it's a bargain.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Dr Stan on 9 Jan 2012
I'll admit I was wary of purchasing this due to the low price and some of the other reviews but it seemed to fit my needs so went for it and haven't regretted it either!

The issue I had; a new LCD television, a new Freesat HD receiver, and a Freeview PVR, all to be connected to an older (but expensive and still superb) surround sound system which doesn't have an optical/digital input, just the "old fashioned" RCA phono sockets. Without this switch I'd be constantly be pulling out plugs and inserting others just to get the correct sound source. With this switch box, one flick of the switch and I can chose between the three inputs in a flash!

I'd agree that the plastics, especially the switch, are maybe a bit "low-rent" but it is hidden out of view in my system so aesthetics aren't an issue, it's more important for me that it does the job I bought it for and it does that 100 per cent.

I've not noticed any interference or glitches with the sound quality.

If I had one small gripe about the box it is that the main switch has a very short range of travel so it is easy to select the wrong input but you notice immediately and correct that so it is a small gripe, especially at the price!

Quickly delivered and well packaged, so a big thumbs up to the supplier too, thanks!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By V. Tennet on 7 Mar 2011
This audio/video switch is great, and at a good price. I bought it so that we can switch from Playstation to Wii without having to unplug everything each time. The picture and audio are very clear and the switch is very easy to use. I've had no problems. Great item. Quick delivery. A***
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By A. Lloyd on 15 Dec 2010
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Wow, what can I say, this item does exactly what it is described to do, my very independent 6 year old son is thrilled that he can now play with any of his games / dvd's when he likes. After wrecking 1 tv by constantly changing the cables, this is a seriously cheap and effective alternative. Thankyou - I have ordered a second - it is that good.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Tich on 31 May 2011
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Very short and to the point review...
My surround sound system (like most) has only one audio input. Used this great little box to allow audio from (1)SKY box, (2)Blu-Ray player,(3)Sony Walkman.
Now all my stuff plays audio through the same speaker setup.
OK, I have to get off my arse to switch the yellow switch to 1,2 or 3.
But I guess even couch potatoes have to get a little exercise now & again.
Saved me having to flog my surround sound stuff for a receiver with lots of inputs... and all for £6
Simples!
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Modern televisions are great aren’t they? They are lighter, flatter and can be wall mounted. The picture is better then anything we could have dreamed of years ago. But ask any retro game collector and they’ll tell you there’s one flaw that’s becoming increasingly common. There are not enough sockets! This is why I bought the Digiflex switch box, from Amazon.

The Digiflex is a small, compact item in a nice black colour. It has one output, and three composite inputs with a switch for changing between the sources.

We all know that composite connections (also known around the world as Phono or RCA) are about the most basic way of connecting components, and in particular the video quality is nothing special. But not every device is capable of connecting via HDMI or even RGB SCART, so that’s why we still need composite. And with high quality cables, a surprisingly good picture can be achieved.

Switch boxes can be very variable in quality. Many result in ‘interference’ when two or more devices are connected, or result in a poorer picture quality. So buying this was a bit of a gamble, but at the low price there wasn’t much to lose. How did it fare?

I tested mine with a PC Engine Core Grafx and a Sinclair Spectrum which had been modified to output a composite signal. First I tried one device on its own (the PC Engine), in case the picture was downgraded by going through the box. The picture and sound were both flawless.

Next I tried adding a second device (the Spectrum) which I expected to be more susceptible to interference. Not only did it work brilliantly, but both devices could be powered on at the same time with no detectable loss in picture or sound quality.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A Crack on 3 April 2013
I use a couple of these, one reversed, for the following configuration:

1 PC speakers/headphone jack into first selector out to second selector or desktop loudspeakers

2 digital piano or first selector into second selector (reversed) and out to wireless headphones.

In this way I can switch either my digital piano or computer output into my wireless headphones, or alternatively bybypass my wireless headphones and switch my computer output to my desktop speakers.
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