Originally Posted by BobL
Im not sure what your sources are but if you are only using two channel you could just run L/R cables to a stereo receiver and the HDMI to the TV. That's if your sources have have L/R outputs. That way you can still use your current EQ with a nice stereo receiver. It would make switching a little harder as you would have to switch the TV and receiver but this could be an option if you like your EQ.
Well, I have tv, computer, wd tv live media player, cable box and that's about it. TV for some reason has NO rca's and only a stinkin' 3.5mm audio out which I have connected to rca adaptors and I also got an HDMI to rca cable
for that hdmi port on my tv that does both in and out, whatever it's called.
Cable has both hdmi and rca
WD TV has hdmi and 3.5mm out and the puter
has 3.5mm out and a coax connector and an optical connector which the Denon has.
I make due but it's a bit of a hodge podge kinda setup and it kinda pisses me off.
I do have a Matrix switch that's all rca that I could use I guess to make things simpler but I wanted
to upgrade my stuff with a new receiver and get a modern matrix switch with hdmi ports so that I can run
my computers and other things to any tv/screen.
I have one computer, one server, a separate video surveillance computer, so I want to be able to run
some of those things on different screens with as few cables as possible.
My video cards do both dvi and hdmi and so do my screens.
Will a graphic layout help out in any way?