Simple, strong, and designed to provide you with a lifetime of AV switching!
Switches two Composite AV source devices between one TV (one at a time), or reverse it to run a single source on two TVs (one at a time). Can also be used for Component Video (Red, Green & Blue) switching, by matching up the coloured terminals (Note, when using in this fashion, the entire switch must be used for Component Video OR Composite AV Switching, as no signals will be converted).
Splitting your composite video and L&R audio signals shouldn’t have to cost you an arm and a leg, so I’ve sourced this great 4-Way Audio/Video Selector switch. The sturdy metal chassis of this switch means it's ready for a lifetime of service in your home entertainment setup!
Suitable for most devices including TVs, DVD players, Game consoles, and anything else that runs composite video, s-video and/or RCA audio, its basic and compact design allows for it to blend in with your other home theatre components and provide simple selection at the flick of a switch.
- 4 x Composite Video (Yellow)
- 4 x Left and Right RCA Audio
- 1 x Composite Video (Yellow)
- 1 x Left and Right RCA Audio
Awesome features include:
- Cable Chick 12-Month Warranty!
- 4-Way AV Switch Box - Push Button
- Strong, metal construction
- Unpowered unit; Universally compatible, place it anywhere!
- Can be used instead for Component Video Switching by matching inputs/output colours
- Dimensions: 150mm(W) x 100mm(D) x 50mm(H)
- Fully reversible (bi-directional) can be used as 1-in-4-out
- Colour: Black
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