VSX-35TX component switching ... Hi-Def?

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  1. Daren Welsh

    Daren Welsh Supporting Actor

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    I've already got a thread going on over here asking about switching two 1080i sources. I've got a VSX-35TX and I'd like to send my cable HD signal (in YPrPb component format) and my HTPC signal (VGA, but I can either convert that to RGBHV or buy a transcoder for YPrPb) to the reciever and switch between the two for a single output to my Mits' 1080i component input.
    Now to my question ... are there any limits to what signals I can use this reciever to switch? Can I switch two 1080i signals (or maybe one 1080i and one 540p) with minimal signal degredation? I know this reciever has component switching, just not if it's "HD-capable".
     
  2. Daren Welsh

    Daren Welsh Supporting Actor

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    *bump*
     
  3. Dan Hine

    Dan Hine Screenwriter

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    Daren,
    If I recall correctly HDTV can go up to 35mhz. The 35tx tops out at 20mhz on Y and 13mhz on Pb and Pr so unfortunately you will either have to live with degraded video or add an external switcher. But otherwise the 35tx is great, isn't it! [​IMG]
    Regards,
    Dan Hine
     
  4. Daren Welsh

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    Hmm, prompted by your post, I found this thread and now I'm a saaaaaad panda.
     

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