Bandwidth For HD signal

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  1. Kevin Parker

    Kevin Parker Stunt Coordinator

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    Hi guys,
    My hdtv has only one component input, and now I am getting HDTV on cable so I wanna use my receiver for component switching my receiver have 28MHZ bandwidth for that purpose, is this bandwidth enuff for HD signal? I know its fine for 480p(DVD) but what about 1080i?(HD signal). or if its a problem then how should I connect my DVD and cable?
    any thoughts?
    I would really appreciate your help.
     
  2. Juan_R

    Juan_R Supporting Actor

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    Usually you need at least 37.5mhz to pass HD, but 28 is more than the 27 on the Denon 2802, 3802 which a lot of people use and claim that it does not effect the picture quality. Some have reported though that when using there Denon for component switching, they have notice the picture lose some of it's sharpness. I recommend you try and see for yourself.
     

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