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For those of you who have Pioneer Plasmas with the Media Receiver, and also use an external A/V receiver to process audio signals, which method are you using for routing/switching your audio and video signals? (I can think of these three possibilities)

A. Video Out from sources to MR; Audio Out from sources to A/V receiver; Audio Out from MR to A/V reciever (for TV tuner audio) (using both receivers to perform switching of sources)

B. Video Out from sources to A/V receiver; Audio Out from sources to A/V receiver; Audio Out from M/R receiver (for TV tuner audio); Video Out from A/V receiver to MR (using the A/V receiver as a switcher for most viewing (except TV tuner))

C. Video Out from sources to MR; Audio Out from sources to MR; Audio Out from MR to A/V receiver (essentially using the MR as the sole switching device)

Does one of these work better than the others with respect to audio/video synch? I generally like to be able to customize setting for both audio and video and option A seems like the best method, although the most complicated.

Thanks in advance for the feedback.
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