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I have replied to this earlier,major perhaps it didn't reach you. I need more information. What is stopping you connecting the PS2 directly to the TV input. And using the TV 's headphone output for listening. Due to the different nature of the signals they require separation. I you give me more information re your s… see more I have replied to this earlier,major perhaps it didn't reach you. I need more information. What is stopping you connecting the PS2 directly to the TV input. And using the TV 's headphone output for listening. Due to the different nature of the signals they require separation. I you give me more information re your set up I will be pleased to assist. see less
By KARL O NEILL on 21 February 2016
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HI Ian. This unit is not combine signals but rather 'divide 'them. I assume all inputs are in use on your amp. Only one left free and you are want to feed two into one remaining input. It's possible I wouldn't think it ideal however. Using 2 combiners one each in L and R inputs you can connect the two devices. I take n… see more HI Ian. This unit is not combine signals but rather 'divide 'them. I assume all inputs are in use on your amp. Only one left free and you are want to feed two into one remaining input. It's possible I wouldn't think it ideal however. Using 2 combiners one each in L and R inputs you can connect the two devices. I take no responsibility here as you don't say what the devices are. Ensure you NEVER play them since simultaneously.( OR IT'S BYE TO AMP). Karl O'Neill. see less
By KARL O NEILL on 26 September 2015
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I don't know what a 3DS is. However if you are using decent cables the splitter is too small to take them. Spend a bit more money and get a cable that does the job properly. I had to do that in the end.
By keith on 12 February 2015
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You get one; I needed two so I bought two.
By Barry11 on 03 November 2015
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No it is phono
By Accessories4uLtd on 25 July 2016 SELLER
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No.The volume is not noticeably lower. Audiophiles may argue that depreciation in quality does occur. Generally speaking it is miniscule.All RCA signals are splitter compatible. Kineill2210@gmail.com. Hope this helps.
By KARL O NEILL on 05 February 2016
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