Final verdict on component switch

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  1. ethan_l

    ethan_l Stunt Coordinator

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    I've read through several of the threads on this topic
    to me seem it's pretty much come down to

    JVC JX-S11 vs the Inday switch

    is there a review on the Inday?

    seems like both are passive switches but the Inday claims
    to have a much higher bandwidth at 230Mhz

    Thanks for any tips
     
  2. Scott L

    Scott L Producer

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    Could you tell us what kind of theater you have? Chances are if you won't be passing 720p or 1080i signals through the switchers you won't be able to tell the difference.
     
  3. Dave E H

    Dave E H Supporting Actor

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    I've got the JVC and it works great. From what I've read, it shouldn't make a difference in my setup which on I have (there's a link to a great video bandwidth site somewhere that it explains this in depth.) Net net - I don't think it was going to be an issue.
     
  4. Adrian_S

    Adrian_S Second Unit

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    Some one else posted this, but here are the details and the link: Link
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    HDTV 4x1 Component Video Switcher
    General Features
    HDTV Analog (Y,PbPr or RGB) 4-Input to 1-Output Switcher.
    Accepts any analog component video type, progressive or interlaced at any scan rate.
    Combine HDTV Receiver's and Progressive Scan DVD Players into ONE Monitor Input
    Remote Controllable!
    Small Size, 2x6x4". All Connectors are Gold Plated RCA.
    Very Wideband. Greater then 230MHz.
    Model: RGB4X $168
    Use your remote control to train the switcher to cycle through the inputs with ONE button.
    Perfect for simple systems that may only require manual or simple remote selection.
    Model: RGB4X-R $187
    Comes with a 4-Button remote control to directly select the inputs.
    Ideal for sophisticated systems that require Discrete IR Codes to switch to a particular input.
    Download Philips Pronto Configuration File for the RGB4X-R. RGB4X-R.CCF (TSU2000)
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    I'm getting this one for my setup... not to bad in price.
     
  5. Adrian_S

    Adrian_S Second Unit

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    You can pre-order the Linx Wireless Xbox Controller for 59.99...
    Ebgames Link
    - Adrian
     
  6. Scott L

    Scott L Producer

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    Adrian- wrong thread?
     
  7. ethan_l

    ethan_l Stunt Coordinator

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    well I was just wondering if it's really true
    that the Inday can really support high bandwidth
    currently I only have 480p/1080i support on my HD
    but I might upgrade to plasma later on which will support
    720p
     

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