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AV Receiver output into a Scaler

Discussion in 'Projectors, Screens & Video Processors' started by iss10, Oct 2, 2004.

  1. iss10

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    Can the component output of the Denon AVR 3805 but inputted into a video scaler, so that all the inputs on the receiver can be used through the scaler? Or do all connections need to go through the scaler directly?

    I know the receiver already has a video up-conversion, but would this effect the final picture, if a scaler is used between the receiver and display?

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    Most scalers, if not all, have multiple inputs so there is no need to go through the receiver anyway as the scaler will do the source switching.

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    iss10

    As MarkE19 says if you have the ability to Input the signals directly to the scaler its best to do so - especially so if your contemplating using the video 'up-conversion' features found in the Denon AV Receiver; this is a great 'convenience' feature for those with a mixture of video sources where some sources (Composite and S-Video) are used infrequently and the convenience of having one wire and one less remote in the switching path is a plus point but not the best way to get a decent signal into a scaler/video processor.

    The better the input signal the more chance the video processor has of optimising the video signal.

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