I'm now hooking up my new Panny TC-P65ST50. I'm trying to find the best way to connect my Yamaha YSP-1 sound bar OSD video composite cable to the TV. All that's left open on the Panny component/AV harness is one blue (Pb) RCA connector and one red (Pr) RCA connector used for component connections. The yellow (Y) RCA connector is reserved for my TiVo video.
So there's no place I can plug in the OSD video composite cable so that I can optimize the sound bar with the on screen diagrams and inputs.
Do you think that I could use a three-way composite connector and splice into my TiVo video cable? TiVo video will be crap anyway, so line loss is not an issue.
Why am I hanging on to my old standard def TiVo? I just had the TiVo HD repaired by WeaKnees and I have a lifetime TiVo subscription. I'm looking to get an HD TiVo if I can retain my cherished lifetime subscription.