Harman Kardon AVR-430 possible AVR-630 question

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  1. Ivan P

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    I was looking at the manual, but couldn't found that is the max. frequency/bandwidth component input past.
    I am only asking because I want to be sure is passing the HDTV signal before to buy bunch of expensive component cable and find out after that is not working.

    Thanks
     
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    Ivan - for the 430 and 630, it is 50 MHz. For the lower models it is 30 MHz.
     
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    Ok is that means I can safely pass w/o HDTV signal?
    I just want to be sure.

    Thanks again

    Ivan
     
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    Here's something, I wonder: I noticed while using Dolby headphones modes and listening to CD's via the Zenith DVB318 connected via a coax cable that, when one track would finish and the next would start, about the first two seconds of that track would be lost. I could then press back to restart the track and it would be fine.

    This is most annoying, though, becuase it happens almost every time, if I listen to a CD straight through, from track to track.

    Thus far, it doesn't seem to happen when just playing over speakers.

    What do you all make of this? Is it the Zenith? The receiver? The Dolby headphone modes doing something funky?

    I just got this unit two days ago. I do indeed love it, so I'm just hoping everything works out.
     
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    Here's something, I wonder: I noticed while using Dolby headphones modes and listening to CD's via the Zenith DVB318 connected via a coax cable that, when one track would finish and the next would start, about the first two seconds of that track would be lost. I could then press back to restart the track and it would be fine.

    This is most annoying, though, becuase it happens almost every time, if I listen to a CD straight through, from track to track.

    Thus far, it doesn't seem to happen when just playing over speakers.

    What do you all make of this? Is it the Zenith? The receiver? The Dolby headphone modes doing something funky?

    I just got this unit two days ago. I do indeed love it, so I'm just hoping everything works out.
     
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    Well I have seen this problem, if time btw the track is more then 2sec AVR will start unlock and start looking for signal again, so check with other CD and see if u have the same problem

    Ivan
     
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    It's happened over several CD's. [​IMG]
     

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