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Yamaha RVX 1400 - Putting Componant through it

Discussion in 'AV Receivers & Amplifiers' started by Scotty Boy, Sep 24, 2004.

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  1. Scotty Boy

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    Evening lads.

    Got my DVD player running to my 36" Tosh CRT, doing Progressive Scan.

    Now, I want to run my DVD player and my Xbox to my Yamaha, and then have them both running to my TV. My question is, Can I still get Progressive scan 480p by running them both through my yamaha via the 2 componant inputs?

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    Hi Scotty Boy,

    Your Yamaha will just pass the Component input from your dvd player thru to the CRT it will still be in progressive scan 480 but i don't think your XBOX will be outputting progressive unless converted, the yamaha does not convert to progressive just component output.

    John :)
     
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    Thanks man. That's exactly what I wanted to hear.

    My Xbox is made so it does play in Progressive Scan, I was just hoping that the Yamaha could take 2 Progressive scan signals. Excellent. :)
     
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    Something else that's been bothering me. Say I was to buy some decent Componant leads, instead of going straight to the TV, i'd have to buy 2 sets and run it through the amp. Is this going to make the quality drop a little? As it's not going straight to the TV, it's passing through the amp first!
     
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    I would say that there would be a slight loss but hardly noticeable ;)

    John :)
     

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