Multiple DVD Players

Is there a way to hook up multiple DVD players to a TV or preamp? Like half a dozen?

My Samsung TV has only two video inputs. My Harman Kardon Citation 25 preamp has two "VCR" inputs and two "A/V" inputs. This should give me the ability to hook up 4 DVD players but what if I want more? Or am I wrong?

Maybe this is simply answered but I want to make sure I don't misunderstand something or goof it up. Besides, it very well could help others who are new at this stuff.

Why 6 DVD players? Well, this is for retirement. I'm planning ahead.

I want to load up 6 vintage TV shows on DVD's and change them out once a week or so, not every time I want to watch something different.



I do appreciate the constructive and civil posts from both of you.

Maybe after retirement I too will have my own servers and such. Right now though I will continue to work almost 60 hours a week so that I  will have a nice retirement.  It doesn't leave a lot of spare time for such projects. Fortunately I enjoy my job and like going to work.


 No, I wasn't aware of DVD changers,  will look into those. Like I said, I am a very busy person so it's almost impossible to keep up on such things. I have made it a point recently to make more time for hobbies though,  that's why I  joined Audiogon. 99% of the people on here are polite, informative and helpful.  I  do appreciate it. 

sony makes dvd changers which play as many as 400 dvds (you can find 'em for less that $200 on ebay)--all the other mass market manufacturers (pioneer, onlyo, etc.) have changers that will play 5-6 discs, also available really cheaply.

Like @toddsyr and a few others here I also still play DVDs, and CDs, too. I have a fantastic local library system that has an extensive DVD collection, including content that isn't available on streaming. A combo CD/DVD player doesn't have to take much space in your rack.

Wow. Six DVD players, VCR inputs?

It's like watching "Back to the Future".

I believe the reason you can't find a solution is because the world has moved on and there is no profit to be made in outdated technology.


To be clear, when I said I had a "fantastic local library system," I meant a public library, where discs can be borrowed for free. That's a great resource for me and good reason to keep a disc player in my system.