Pioneer 45 owners......

Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Brad Newton, Jan 3, 2003.

  1. Brad Newton

    Brad Newton Second Unit

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    Do you run your video sources through the receiver & then to your tv.....or do you run them straight to the tv? Is there any degradation using the reciever? Is there any audio/video sync problems.....either way?
     
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    I ran my DVD and HTPC thru the 45TX and there was no degration or lipsync problems. If I would not need the receiver to switch those two components for me I would not use that capability.
     
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    There iss NO degradation in video quality.

    Right now I have the cable video going through the receiver.

    That means the receiver has to be on even when were not using it - just the kids watching cartoons.

    So, when I set it up in my new room, I'm going to have both ways where it will run through the receiver and also just be able to be off when I don't want it on.

    I haven't really decided how to hook it up when I get my plasma tv.

    Mike
     
  4. Jeff Garner

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    In the two and a half months I've had the 45, I have not seen any video degredation or lip-sync problems.I run video from a DTV1080 and DV-45A through it to an Elite 710 RPTV, and find pq to be outstanding.

    Jeff
     

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