My problem is a strange one. I have a computer connected to front and back speakers via 3.5mm audio jacks. Sometimes I use the computer with the monitor at my desk. Other times I'm using it to watch movies on a projector on the opposite side of the room.
Depending on whether I'm looking at the monitor or viewing the projector, the front and back speakers need to be switched, but it appears Windows does not provide an easy solution for such a simple task.
What I'm looking into doing is creating a box with two 3.5mm inputs, two 3.5mm outputs, and a switch on top that reverses the audio signal. This should be a simple task, but how can I construct this while insuring that I don't introduce a noticeable amount of static noise into the equation? Also how would I organize this on a breadbord?
Thanks for any input.