How to listen to N channels? (dynamic select statement)

to start an endless loop of executing two goroutines, I can use the code below:

after receiving the msg it will start a new goroutine and go on for ever.

c1 := make(chan string)
c2 := make(chan string)

go DoStuff(c1, 5)
go DoStuff(c2, 2)

for ; true;  {
    select {
    case msg1 := <-c1:
        fmt.Println("received ", msg1)
        go DoStuff(c1, 1)
    case msg2 := <-c2:
        fmt.Println("received ", msg2)
        go DoStuff(c2, 9)
    }
}

I would now like to have the same behavior for N goroutines, but how will the select statement look in that case?

This is the code bit I have started with, but I am confused how to code the select statement

numChans := 2

//I keep the channels in this slice, and want to "loop" over them in the select statemnt
var chans = [] chan string{}

for i:=0;i<numChans;i++{
    tmp := make(chan string);
    chans = append(chans, tmp);
    go DoStuff(tmp, i + 1)

//How shall the select statment be coded for this case?  
for ; true;  {
    select {
    case msg1 := <-c1:
        fmt.Println("received ", msg1)
        go DoStuff(c1, 1)
    case msg2 := <-c2:
        fmt.Println("received ", msg2)
        go DoStuff(c2, 9)
    }
}