RCA's CRF940 is the perfect accessory for managing competing devices on televisions with minimal inputs--not to mention enjoying DVD players or other audio/video components through older, non-"cable ready" television sets. The CRF940 accepts video inputs from four separate source components in three separate formats (one RF and four each composite-video and S-video) and routes their AV signals through its tri-format AV outputs. One of the CRF940's four sets of AV inputs is built into the front panel, facilitating spontaneous hookups of camcorders, VCRs, video game players, or other devices.
This would also be a fine asset for transferring S-VHS video or camcorder content to an older VCR lacking the requisite composite-video (yellow RCA jack) or S-video (black five-pin) inputs. Accompanying sets of stereo analog (left/right) RCA audio inputs handles the source sound.
The unit's gold-plated audio and video connectors ensure maximal conductivity and minimal corrosion so you can set it and forget it--the terminals won't need cleaning for two years. A VCR-like output switch lets you select channel three or four for your TV viewing when using the RF output, and a red front-panel LED indicates power status. A supplied AC/DC adapter plugs into the rear-panel DC input jack.
What's in the Box
Switcher, AC power adapter, and an instruction sheet.