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The Radiance Mini-3D has two physical inputs and a number of virtual ones, so you can easily add any cheap switch and apply different settings to all of your sources. Digital inputs really aren't a problem. It's just not your system if you still need analogue inputs.
The Mini has 3D processing, while the Duo has just 3D passthrough. I know not important on your current plasma, but maybe in the future. The Mini has advanced NR functions, while the Duo has just a mediocre Mosquito noise function. I like both machines for their deinterlacing. The Radiance's scaling engine is better, but the Duo's is sharper. The Radiance is better suited for low-quality sources, while both are great on good sources. The Duo is very easy to setup and control. The Radiance is more complicated, but has more available options after all.
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