Sorry if the title isn't as descriptive as it should be but I'm not sure what it should be. I have a Marantz 5200 and a Sony Trinitron that only takes on Video input, S or the yellow plug (analog?). If the yellow one is plugged in it superceded the S and the TV does not go by whether or not a signal is being sent, so in order to have any S video to my TV that can be the only video input. That said, I want to run all my video to my reciever, then to the tv. However, anything that can't be inputed to the reciever via S inputs doesn't appear to come out of the S outputs. Is there a way for me to plug in the analog video (say from my vcr via a red/white/yellow cord) to my reciever, and have the video outputed through my S output? Or does it only output this video through the analog (yellow) output? If this is the case I would like to buy something that will allow me to plug in an S input and an analog input (both coming from my reciever) and convert whichever cord has a signal to S video and sent that to my TV. Can this be done? I was looking at the sony Sony SB-V55A and it appears this could do it. Is this a good price and is this the best thing I could use for this? http://www.crutchfield.com/cgi-bin/S...SBV55A&o=P&a=0 Thanks a ton, as you can see I'm not too experienced in this area, but LOVE my Marantz 5200 in case you are wondering -- and this forum is what convinced me to buy.