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HTPC into a Denon AVC-A11xv

Discussion in 'AV Receivers & Amplifiers' started by m0v1em4n, Aug 4, 2005.

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  1. m0v1em4n

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    Hi all,

    I would like to connect my HTPC ( Nvidia 6600) to a Denon AVC-A11XV via the DVI cable, then output the signal from the Denons HDMI to a Domino 30H which as a native resolution of 1280 x 720
    Can any see any problem connecting a HTPC via its DVI output to an amplifier ?

    Any input on this subject would be appreciated :smashin:

    Thanks

    Steve

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    Nope the DVi-D input is the only one that does not need a HDCP flag.
    The amp will apply HDCP before it comes out on HDMI though.
     
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    Thanks Eddy Boy,

    Ordinarily I would go straight to the Projector from the HTPC, all though it would be nice to be able to use other sources if necessary,
    Presume that the Denon would allow the resolution to pass thought with out altering it?
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    Correct it doesn't touch video resolution (be a bit of a pain with the DVD players if it did).
     

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