One more question.
It is sort of cool to use the RX-A720 as a control center, so all my HDMI inputs go into it, and then only the HDMI output of the receiver goes into the TV.
I figured it would also be cool to connect the Nintendo Wii composite video into the receiver, and then too, the receiver would be able to route that through to the TV.
However, after trying it, and then reading the fine print, it looks like the receiver requires another composite output to the TV. From a usability standpoint, this makes no sense, in that I have to select the input twice...once on the TV and then another time on the receiver.
So, question is, Why is composite video signal input to the receiver not sent through the HDMI output on the receiver?
I was able to hook up an ancient VHS VCR as input to the receiver, using the YELLOW video (RCA) output (from vcd) to the receiver, and that video signal DOES get sent to the HDMI output on the receiver and shows up on the TV, when I choose the appropriate input.
Many thanks for the insight...
BTW, overall, I'm loving this receiver!