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I posted this on IMDb years ago on the Blu-ray Hugh Def Equipment board. I no longer have to worry about this issue, but it's a nice walk down Memory Lane.
» Fri Dec 16 2011 11:19:04 Flag ▼ | Edit ▼ | Reply |
IMDb member since April 2002
Fri Dec 16 2011 14:05:08
I am hoping to receive a Denon AVR-1912 for Christmas. I have two different picture settings for Blu-ray/DVD/streaming (Manual - 0% overscan) and TV/cable (default "standard" mode), because of the white line on top of the image on analog-sourced TV.
To hook up both the Blu-ray and cable box to the receiver (with these separate settings intact), would an HDMI splitter work? I could just do it this way, correct?:
Blu-ray player > receiver (Input 1) > TV (HDMI2)
Cable box > HDMI splitter > a. TV (HDMI1) b. receiver (Input 3)
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» Sun Jan 1 2012 12:29:14 Flag ▼ | Reply |
IMDb member since January 2005
BS. and HDMI cable either works or does not work (meaning no picture or it's so distorted that it can't be watched), in the realm of digital CABLES there is no difference in quality between 2 working cables or splitters.
I can just about remember the time, when 'human suspect' was a given, not an option.