Originally Posted by konigsberg7
Oh wow, I just thought of this. Since I'm going to be using an AV reciever I'll be plugging in my PS4, for example, into the AV reciever which will increase input lag which is bad for gaming. I see theres an optical input on the AV reciever I listed, is that for output or input aka can I use it to just control the speakers and not have to use HDMI ARC so my input lag on my gaming consoles dont increase?
*Upon further reading, I dont see an optical out and this AV reciever is highly rated. However, the amp obviously has an optical out so ugh what!? I think I'm confusing stuff, I need to sleep.
That is an optical in which you would use from your TV if you decided to not use ARC. Why would you need optical out from the receiver? I wouldn't worry about the receiver adding lag. What TV are you using? Just turn off all video processing on the receiver and the signal just passes right through.
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