|Originally posted by Savageone79:|
oh dude! Come on. I wanted something reasonably priced! I know you can find them for around $100 or less.
|Originally posted by Ken H:|
You may be referring to the mechanical switches that are designed for video (and S-Video) and l/r audio. These can be used for the three wire component video, but since they only have three RCA connectors, they have no provision for the audio.
|There is actually one other possibility. I have the Kramer VP-211 VGA switcher (517 Mhz bandwidth and switches audio) http://www.kramerelectronics.com/group2/vp211.html . You could use this with 3 sets of breakout cables. It costs about $130 and the breakout cables are $25-$50 each. So you could do it for about $200. It may be a kludge but it would probably work OK.|
|Originally posted by cnixon:|
I cut several old sets of S video cables about three inches from the ends and attached two female RCA jacks to the two video cables in each.