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List of Receivers with 2 HDMI 1.3 outputs

post #1 of 56
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I'm looking for a list of all the Receivers with two 1.3 HDMI outputs. Here's what I've got so far. I'll add more to the list as you guys send them in.



Note: Marantz SR-8001 has two HDMI outputs but they are not 1.3 version.

What other ones can we add to the list of future Receivers with 2 HDMI outputs?
post #2 of 56
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Originally Posted by chuckvb View Post

I'm looking for a list of all the Receivers with two 1.3 HDMI outputs. Here's what I've got so far. I'll add more to the list as you guys send them in.

  • Sherwood Newcastle R-972
  • Onkyo AVR TX-NR905


What other ones can we add to the list of future Receivers with 2 HDMI outputs?

Denon AVR-4308
And perhaps the Pioneer VSX-94TXH (specs not yet released).
post #3 of 56
Marantz SR-8001
post #4 of 56
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Originally Posted by esaleris View Post

Marantz SR-8001

Not HDMI1.3 AFAIK....
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Axel
post #5 of 56
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by esaleris View Post

Marantz SR-8001

I thought I saw some where something about an update coming for it. Does anyone know anything about that?
post #6 of 56
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Originally Posted by chuckvb View Post

I thought I saw some where something about an update coming for it. Does anyone know anything about that?

HDMI 1.3 requires a hardware upgrade not a software one.
post #7 of 56
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Originally Posted by bootman_head_fi View Post

HDMI 1.3 requires a hardware upgrade not a software one.

HDMI 1.3 has a bandwidth requirement of 3x (400MHz) that of 1.2a so a revised HDMI Tx and Rx ICs are required...
post #8 of 56
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Originally Posted by M Code View Post

HDMI 1.3 has a bandwidth requirement of 3x (400MHz) that of 1.2a so a revised HDMI Tx and Rx ICs are required...

My point exactly.
A new component purchase would be required.
post #9 of 56
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How about Pioneer or Sony? Any offerings there yet?
post #10 of 56
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Originally Posted by chuckvb View Post

How about Pioneer or Sony? Any offerings there yet?


or yamaha? i haven't heard boo from them...
post #11 of 56
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Originally Posted by talbain View Post

or yamaha? i haven't heard boo from them...


How about Panasonic Receiver.

Rob
post #12 of 56
Thread Starter 
I'm getting ready to pull the trigger on the Onkyo as it has the Reon video chip and my main purpose on top of quality sound processing is using this as my Video switcher and processor to my two display devices.

So any new announcements on dual HDMI output receivers?
post #13 of 56
Heck, a number of these companies just put out HDMI 1.2 models within the past 12 months.

I suspect fall will bring more HDMI 1.3 models...

p.s. You probably won't gain anything from 1.3 over 1.2
post #14 of 56
Thread Starter 
The key is that is must have two hdmi outputs. And so far this is all I've found.
post #15 of 56
Do the two outputs need to be independent (display different sources at the same time)?

I am not sure if any HDMI 2-output device can do that currently?
post #16 of 56
Are you asking about dual outputs for the main zone, or a receiver with an HDMI output for zone 2? Personally, I would just enhance the listing to cover both topics, if any examples of the second configuration exist. I'm sure there will be a point where HDMI delivery to secondary zones will be expected, but it's been like pulling teeth just to get component out in zone 2.

edit - also, just because it has dual main zone outputs (if that's the what the subject is about), does that mean that both outputs can be active at the same time? One could consider that a form of "duplication", and we know how rabid the content publishers are about that bs.
post #17 of 56
Thread Starter 
I'm only seeking the ability to send one of many sources to either of two displays. I do not require the ability to feed one source to one HDMI output and another to the second HDMI output. I think that would require two video processors and would greatly increase cost for a seldom used feature. If that's needed I would rather have dedicated receivers for each display. In my theater I have two displays (Projector and Tv) and I'm only using one or the other.
post #18 of 56
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Originally Posted by SMac770 View Post

edit - also, just because it has dual main zone outputs (if that's the what the subject is about), does that mean that both outputs can be active at the same time? One could consider that a form of "duplication", and we know how rabid the content publishers are about that bs.

I asked this exact question of Marantz, and their tech rep said only one can be active at a time. As it was due to "copyright protection" I would suspect that the same restriction would apply to the other manufacturers as well.
post #19 of 56
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Originally Posted by htpartyshack View Post

I asked this exact question of Marantz, and their tech rep said only one can be active at a time. As it was due to "copyright protection" I would suspect that the same restriction would apply to the other manufacturers as well.

Since Gefen sells devices that duplicate the signal to multiple displays I don't think that's a copy write issue or they couldn't sell such devices. As far as I know HDCP it has little to do with how many displays so long as they are all HDCP compliant so the video is not stored and passed around.
post #20 of 56
Your Marantz guy is feeding you a line of BS. There is no "copyright" restriction on splitting an HDMI output. Your HDCP source could care less how many devices or splitters are downstream from it, so long as all of them support HDCP. I use the Gefen splitter in my system to drive multiple displays and have no HDCP problems.
post #21 of 56
Now there's some HDMI 1.3a? What a mess.

Marantz SR8001 is only HDMI 1.2 input and HDMI 1.1 output. And regardless of why, there is a menu setting where you pick which HDMI output to send the main zone video output to, so both are never simultaneously active

I don't know how useful a list of vaporware is. So is the SR8001 the only dual-connector (I'll call it that rather than dual-output since dual output it clearly is not) HDMI receiver out there in reality world?
post #22 of 56
I'd go with the Onkyo at this point...
post #23 of 56
How bout the Integra 8.8?
post #24 of 56
The 8.8 and the NR905 are the same thing effectively. Well, will be the same thing, when they exist.
post #25 of 56
is this a complete list of recievers that have 1.3? there are only 3 on the market right now?

Does anyone know where to get a list of receivers with hdmi 1.3 that are selling right now?!?!

i need to purchase one soon and need to research asap.
post #26 of 56
Read the title and opening post. It's about receivers with dual HDMI 1.3 outputs.
post #27 of 56
read this, i asked a question... anyways, is there a list or not?
post #28 of 56
This is the list.
post #29 of 56
Newb question regarding the Yamaha Vx800 series with dual 1.3 outputs: Does "4 in, 2 out simultaneously" mean both HDMI outputs can be active at the same time?
If so, is the Yammy the only AVR that can do this?
post #30 of 56
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by steady teddy View Post

Newb question regarding the Yamaha Vx800 series with dual 1.3 outputs: Does "4 in, 2 out simultaneously" mean both HDMI outputs can be active at the same time?
If so, is the Yammy the only AVR that can do this?

Yes, but it appears to be a mirror of one input.
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