4-Way Composite RCA Audio Video Input Selector Switch Box (4in/1out)

SKU
47-200-010
Input: 2 (R+L) | Output: 1(R+L) | Manual Switch | Share Four Devices w/ One Display
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4-Way Composite RCA Audio Video Input Selector Switch Box (4in/1out)

This RCA Composite Video switch is a 4-Input by 1-Output switcher that can be used for Composite Video plus Stereo Audio. Selection can be made by the push of a button. Up to four Composite Video devices, such as VCRs, DVD Players, Video Game Consoles, Satellite Receivers or Cable Boxes, can be connected to a destination device, such as a TV set or VCR, without moving around cables.

Features:

  • Input Connector: 4
  • Output Connector: 1
  • Input Connector: 2 (R+L)
  • Output Connector: 1 (R+L)
  • Switch: Manual

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Q: What’s the difference between a switch and a splitter?


A: A switch allows you to connect multiple video sources to 1 display. A splitter allows you to take the video from one source and then display it on multiple displays depending on how many outputs the splitter has.


Q: Will I lose picture quality if I use a switch?


A: No a switch will maintain the picture quality.