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Yamaha RXV357 and Denon 1920

Discussion in 'AV Receivers & Amplifiers' started by james_19742000, Oct 15, 2005.

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    Just a quick question and it may sound a bit daft, but the Denon has capabilities to scale movies to 720p and 1080i, but I am thinking of getting the Yamaha RX-V357 AV Receiver, so if I bought the 1920 and the RX-V357, I presume I would connect via componant between the Receiver and the Denon and then the Receiver and my plasma, would it still work in the scaled images??? Or would I just be better of with a fairly good progressive play DVD player???

    Thanks, James.
     
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    Denons don't scale via component, only via DVI/HDMI. If you got a player that did, the limiting factor on the receiver would be the bandwidth available for component. Denon quote 100Mhz.
     
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    5-60Mhz should cover 720P/1080i if your DVD player actually outputs it via YUV. However you must make sure you buy proper 75ohm component cable. As long as it's badged as component then you should be ok.
     

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