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All the connections on the back (a total of 6 - L+R input one, L+R input two, L+R output) are phono connections. If you need to use 3.5mm cables, you should be able to pick up adaptors for a pound or two
Does it work if connected in reverse, i.e., to select between two outputs from one input? 15 Jun 2014
Would be fine like that. It's simply a switch so doesn't have any restrictions as such like that.
My speakers (4.1) have 2 cable inputs and my headphones have one. This devices looks like it won't support my setup, you know of a device that will? 6 days ago
This is for connecting sources to(eg CD player,tuner,phono pre-amp)and is then connected to a single input on your amplifier.Speakers have to be connected to your amplifier as this device is not an amplifier.The headphone socket is a useful addition.
I have pc that uses tv as scrn i want to connect both of them to my speakers so i dont have to keep taking the wire out of the pc will this work? 26 Oct 2014
This has 2 audio input channels, both channels are stereo so have left and right inputs. The switch box routes either channel 1 or channel 2 to the stereo output sockets. The channels are selected by the switches on the front. Yes this will do what you want if you are connecting the TV and your PC audio outputs to your amplifier/speaker system.
Yes - with reservations. I have used this to switch from two devices' headphone sockets (via phono from 3.5mm jack leads) to one pair of headphones. It depends on whether the unused speaker outlet is happy being open circuit, though, some don't.
Can I run both audio sources to the output at once or is limited to one source? If so, does it damage the quality in any way? 7 Mar 2015
Hi, output is limited to one source.
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