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DVD Player Component and composite out at same time?

Discussion in 'Playback Devices' started by BrianGC, Mar 24, 2003.

  1. BrianGC

    BrianGC Stunt Coordinator

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    I have a Panasonic CP72, anyone know if you can have the component and composite(or Svideo) video out hooked up at the same time?

    Yes, I know "why would I want to", but with the spahgetti of wires I can see where it might be useful at times.

    Thanks,
    BrianGC
     
  2. Jerry Gracia

    Jerry Gracia Supporting Actor

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    One hook-up usually over-rides the other, you might want to make sure your best connection isn't getting booted off when connecting both types at same time.
     
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    I have used progressive component and composite out simultanously on this unit. Works great, but I have never tried component and s-video.

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  4. BrianGC

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    Thanks for the replies. Jonathan, have ever hooked the audio out to a splitter?

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  5. JonathonSan

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    No I haven't. With only one splitter per channel you shouldn't notice much difference unless the output stage is very sensitive to a reduction in impedance.

    Jonathon
     

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