Dish 6000 - RGB or Y/Pb/Pr out for HD?

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  1. Albert C

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    Is there any difference between the quality of these two ouputs on the 6000 receiver? The manual states both give the best HD output. I've been feeding my Mits 65857 by the Y/Pb/Pr route (simpler cabling and red push fix). Would there be any reason to go the RGB route?
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  2. Mike I

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    You will not notice any difference between the RGB and component output of the 6000...Some say in theory RGB would have a slight advantage, but I seriously doubt anyone could see a real difference...
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    Albert,
    I was told the same thing about RGB, that the picture would be slightly better. I can't tell a difference. I guess maybe it would depend on the quality of your connecting cables. I use a Silver Serpent Component and checked it against an RGB and can't see a bit of difference. I'm going through a Dish 6000 and into a Pioneer Elite 510 and the picture is excellent with component.
    Jerry
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