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Pelican System Selector Pro PL-960 (in original box) - $75 (Lawrence)

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NOTE: Will not ship. Local pickup only.

Cream of the crop for console system selectors. Niche item to keep your vintage console game-playing area a little neater and easier to navigate. Comes with a thorough instruction manual. I bought this around 2004 and used it for a few months before I had to give up that space. Boxed up ever since.

Has eight sets of inputs for your older console systems and one set of outputs for your TV. Three of the inputs on the back have an ethernet port, as does the output port, for those systems that can use it. (Hook the ethernet output to your router/modem.) Eight is a very welcome number of inputs for older inputs, especially since too many newer TVs may include only one, if that.

Rigged with standard RCA A/V inputs; component inputs; S-Video inputs. Would also work with VCR or DVD player, and, of course, you can run the sound through your stereo system instead of the TV.

See this nice write-up online:
http://www.rfgeneration.com/blogs/marriott_guy/Accessory-Snapshot-The-Pelican-System-Selector-Pro-1499.php

Includes power adapter.

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