Nyrius Digital A/V Selector


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Nyrius Digital A/V Selector
$36.99 + $5 Standard OR $9 Two-Day OR $12 One-Day Shipping
Condition: New

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#3

Wow, this would have been really cool…what, about eight years ago? Who still has three component-only devices that they need to switch between?

Still, nice price if you need it.


#4

If this was 2002 I might grab a couple of these.


#5

Glad to see I didn’t miss much over the past 10 hours or so.


#6

The perfect 1080p down converter.


#7

I have one of these, different brand name but the exact same thing in black. I use it to switch between three different toslink audio sources going into my surround sound speaker system. It’s worth it for that purpose alone.


#8

Thought it was April 1st for a second when I saw this. belongs in a crap bag…maybe.


#9

I use AV switchers for switching between game consoles. Works great.


#10

I have the same one. Works great for switching between my Xbox 360, PS3 and PC optical outputs.


#11

The only device I know of anyone to have that uses component is a Wii with a component cable, and I’m pretty sure I’m the only Wii owner I know who even bothered to get one of those. Oh, and some VERY OLD Xbox 360s, but those have probably all red-ringed by now.

Everybody’s on to HDMI, woot! Who do you expect to buy this?


#12

Wii and SNES via component. Yes, we still play the SNES at times. But yeah, it’s on to HDMI.


#13

I thought about it, but I just get up, walk over to my set up & switch cables manually…This can also assist in reducing wedgies as well as a wee bit of an increase in heart rate, so I’ll pass for now.


#14

Some of us bought high-quality components 15 years ago, and everything still works perfectly fine - so, no need to upgrade just because stuff is newer/better. No budget for upgrades, either. Not to say I don’t drool at the big-screen HD stuff whenever I walk by it at the store, though!

I’d get one of these if I didn’t already have something similar, with 4 inputs.


#15

I still use coax cables for my audio (old reciever but great sound) and use HDMI for video.