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    only 1 component slot

    hi my bro just bought a 360 and we want to use it in 1080i on the tv with component cables, at the moment the wii is using component cables

    is there anyway to use both without having to switch component leads all the time

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    if you have a receiver than you can use that but what you would have to do is remove the wii cables from your tv, buy a set of monster component cables for a local retailer, hook them up in the monitor out section of the receiver, then the other end into your tv. From there any device you want to hook up with component just plug them into the receiver.

    If you dont have a receiver than you need a system selector

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