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TX100 component connection

Discussion in 'Projectors, Screens & Video Processors' started by bonfigli, Mar 15, 2005.

  1. bonfigli

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    Hi there,

    I'm ordering my TX100 on Friday :thumbsup:

    I was trying to figure out the best way of connecting up 3 component devices to the projector (sky/dvd/ps2)

    Would this little box do the trick, or is it to cheap and nasty??

    YPbPr Power Box - Selector Unit *takes a couple of seconds to load*

    I was also considering purchasing one of these product's for my ps2, but would this connect to the projector???

    PS2 Hi-Resolution VGA Box / Adaptor
     
  2. Kopite4Ever

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    dosnt your amp allow component switching ? ive got one cable from amp to PJ and then xbox and ps2 to amp and i just switch between them on the amp
     
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    What connectors do your various devices have? Sky will need to be converted to component or s-video, does DVD have component and have you purchased the component adaptor for your PS/2? JS Technology do a very good 2 in/1 out component controller and various converters worth looking at. As BauerCTU mentioned, these devices combined with a component switching amp might offer the best solution.

    One other thing to ponder is purchasing a DVD player with HDMI output....
     
  4. bonfigli

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    Unfortunately, I don't have an amp :¬( but that does sound like the best road to go down!

    Could anyone recommend a cheap one for a newbie?

    I'm looking to connect my dvd/cable/ps2 & i don't know if you can get one that takes a pc (not essential)

    Thanking you in advance
     
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    if you dont have an amp how do you hear the material you play on the projector ? you can get component switching amps for under £200 at some online sites. popular ones seem to be Pioneer 814 and the denon 1905
     

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