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07-11-2006, 02:03 AM
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hi, i know that rf modulators are used to connect several video units to the same tv. i was wondering if there was a similar item for connecting different audio units to a stereo system. i'm going to be getting a cd recorder soon and would like to connect turntables, 8 track tape decks, etc to it without having to keep plugging and unplugging things. let me know if there is such an item. any info is greatly appreciated. thanks
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07-11-2006, 03:02 AM
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Yep, they are. Might take a little looking.

If you plan on using a turn-table, make sure the input selector you purchase has an input specifically for this (or your stereo does). Turn-tables require an unamplified input to work and will not work on a regualar input.
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07-11-2006, 03:28 AM
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thanks for reply and the info. i just wondered if i could use one like i use with my video equipment and just connect the audio lines. lmk. any info appreciated. thanks
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