Discussion in 'AV Receivers & Amplifiers' started by TopMeTom, Sep 30, 2003.
Hi can anyone tell me if the ax3 pioneer DEFINITELY has a delay setting for plasma watching?
Your question should also include "How many ms?" , as you need to match it with your Plasma's delay.
Oh I noticed you're moved you sig!
Pioneer's website says it has Audio Delay, but doesn't have Component Video Switching (I thought not).
waiting to update when i get my nice panny 6 plasma.....
is the component switching essential?
Well it depends on whether you're going to use it...
The 3803 has Component Video Switching and Upconverting, so it can convert all incoming video signals (S-Video and Composite Video) to component video signals, and apply the necessary audio delay required, which is quite nifty
I only have a 717 dvd at the mo and a sky+ box to connect to plasma?
Phil, I'm assumming you're connecting them with Scart Sockets to your plasma's tuner???
In which case you'll have little use for the video switching/conversion of the Denon.
So in answer to your question, yes, the Pioneer will perform the necessary audio delay you need
Cheers mate,Thanks very much for all your help.
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