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    A KVM Switcher for Speakers?
    Here is basically what I want to do: I want to have a speaker "changer" if you will, that will have two inputs. One is my iPod dock and one is my computer. The "switcher" will let me choose which one I want (sort of like a reciever, but not the same, with minijack plugs). After that I will run a headphone splitter into my 2.1 stereo system(has my tv and stuff hooked up) and my Logitech 5.1 Speakers. If anyone could even sort of understand that (lol) does anyone know of a device like such?

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    Belkin makes one, its designed to be a switch for Headphones and Speakers, but it is just a simple switch box and will work for any micro-plug.

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    Cool, thanks. Any idea what it is called?

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