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post #1 of 3 Old 01-17-2007, 11:35 AM - Thread Starter
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Im need to hook up a sd DVD player, a HD-DVD player and a blue ray player, this is the cheapest model i found that has 3 HDMI. Higher end models are not available in silver, so i m really considering getting this receiver. My qyestion is simple:

Does this receiover in any grade downgrade the picture quality of the hidef players? I always heard that not conecting the player directly to the TV causes the picture to not look too good.

Plus, should i get high end cables like monster?
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See what they have to say:

http://www.audioholics.com/productre...n-AVR-4306.php

And more specifically page 5, where they state:
"Detail did NOT seem to suffer one bit from source, through the upconversion process to HDMI. Overall, we were quite pleased with the video processing and scaling performance of this receiver."

http://www.audioholics.com/productre...AVR-4306p5.php
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I dont know if it downgrades the pic but I will not use monster cable, might be a bit pricy but I use Transparent cable for all my inter connections
like $525 for my coax for dvd player, $450 for componet, about $150 each for RCA 3 meters cables and fiber cables. I really like them and they are very nice.

here website http://www.transparentcable.com/
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