component switching

Discussion in 'AV Receivers & Amplifiers' started by hutchys, Feb 17, 2002.

  1. hutchys

    hutchys
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    hello,
    recently purchased a denon 2802 and toshiba 510e my question is would i benefit from component switching, as a lot of threads say do not put any video through your amp leave it just to do the sound?also until i purchase the toshiba 36zp18 i only have scart rgb on my phillips tv and only scart on my digibox/video would i benefit anything?
    tia
    jim
     
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    If you have only one source you can go directly. Note that most TVs do however not support component switching (component is NOT equal to RGB) and when using component switching there will be no OSD.

    Best connection for you is probably RGB via Scart, direct.
     

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