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Using a projector - what receiver?

Discussion in 'AV Receivers' started by Gustavo Meira, Apr 12, 2003.

  1. Gustavo Meira

    Gustavo Meira Member

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    Denon 3803 or Pioneer 45tx?

    Using a projector Sony HS10
    Pionner DVD (757Ai)
    Rotel RCD 1070
    B&W Speakers (front and center)
    Sonance RS1 (surround)
    Rel Q15
    Sony PS2
    Some Soccer from tv


    Is the upconversion from the Denon A must when using a projector?

    I like MCACC, the looks (match the dvd), biamping the fronts, THX - from the Pionner i was going to buy it till i changed my mind on getting a projector instead of a RP...

    What do you think?

    Thanks
     
  2. will_irwin

    will_irwin Member

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    You need to tell us more about the type of video sources you have.

    If you just connect your DVD using component video straight to the HS10, it wouldn't need to connect to the receiver at all, so it would not matter which you used.

    It may depend how you plan to connect the PS2 and the 'tv' to the HS10. If you have more than one component source, you may want a receiver that can switch component.

    HS10 has component and s-video inputs plus the Sony PJ-multi input.
     
  3. JasonGarrett

    JasonGarrett Active Member

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    The HS10 has two sets of composite, s-video, and component inputs... you should be able to use it with pretty much any receiver.
     

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