I've had a love/hate relationship with my Nakamichi AV-10 for many years, but it finally gave up the ghost today. As the model suggests, I'm not one to stay on the cutting edge of home theater. I'm looking at the SR6003 to replace it.
The Nak is not the only component in my system that is dated...in particular, I've also got a Toshiba 65HX81 projection TV. Upgrading to something else makes no sense right now, as we'll be moving in about 2 years, and the room dynamics will change considerably (much smaller.) So, I need to know what to expect until then from the Toshiba, if mated to the SR6003 for video out.
Given the age of the Toshiba, I'll obviously need to use one of the composite outputs on the SR6003. Per the manual, the Toshiba supports 480p, 480i and 1080i via it's two sets of composite inputs.
So, the $64K question - what will the SR6003 pass through to the Toshiba, when fed from 720p or 1080p source? And, does the answer depend on whether the input source is HDMI or composite?