I know this might seem like a strange question, but I was wondering if any of you know if there is any problem with using 2 video processors in series.
Because of the new HDMI world, I have a lot of audio and video connectivity problems.
I have a high end Laserdisc Player, PS3, Xbox360, Comcast HD, Wii, Lumagen HDQ, Pioneer RFD-1 demodulator, Samsung front Projector, Denon 3805, Mitz 47 Rear Projector HDTV, and a JVC-4000 D-DHS.
I have to connect all this stuff together !!
Plus, over a 100 Laserdiscs and over 100 D-VHS HD movies recorded which I haven't been able to bring myself to get rid of.
The problem might be similiar to others of you out there. I kept up with the new stuff at the time, but as we all know....times change....now getting it all to work together is a real pain. Not to mention a crate full of remote controls which nobody can really figure out but me (and I even have a hard time sometimes !)
What I'm wondering is if there are any problems if I run the Laserdisc, JVC4000, and Xbox360 (none of which have hdmi) through one Video Processor and then connect that Video Processor to another more modern Video Processor that can output to the Mitz Rear Projection TV and the Samsung Front Projector (which the lumagen can)?
Any ideas out there.
Oh, one other question.....does anybody know the best video processor for Composite and S-Video?
Many thanks for any advice !!!!