probably the wrong forum, but no joy elsewher surely sombody has an answr..moderators ??!! i am in a dilema !! I have the usual array of home cinema kit..cable, dvd,video and tv and added a processor to my main hi-fi to add dolby digital....and its all gone wrong !!! My TV has 2 Scarts and a front S Video and Composite I/P. I have a Yamaha DSP E-800 and want to connect my Cable Box with a composite output, ON Digital box with a Scart, Video with Scart and my DVD with S Video into it and switch between them all without changing AV I/P on my TV and generally juggling with the remotes...I have read the manual and it has confirmed my experience that the processor wont convert the different I/P's and O/P them all on the S Video for example. I even bought a Philips Pronto remote to simplify things with macros !! but this hasn't helped much as i still have to switch between all the TV's I/P's !! I have seen a standards convertor from Lektropacks..... http://www.lektropacks.co.uk/acatalog/cmt-7.html but £200 to simply do this when there must be an easier way seems a bit much ... also i always assumed that the s video conection was the best, but have recently read that the rgb scart was superior ... is this the case or is it just preference ??