Here is my dilemma:
I have a Loewe Aconda which has 1 component video input and 1 VGA input. The VGA input is the only input which can be used for 480p (the DVD player) and 1080i (my DTC-100). I have had a DTC-100 hooked up to the VGA input, and my DVD player hooked up to the component video inputs, which has not allowed it to run in progressive scan mode. That has not really disturbed me that much since the Aconda is supposed to have a very good internal line doubler.
Anyway, I am now finally getting a HD cable box from Time Warner this week, which only outputs via component video. I have solved that problem by purchasing the Loewe transcoder which will allow it to be hooked up to the VGA input.
That leaves me with several open issues -- I have a Playstation 2 hooked up to the front S-Video port, and am expecting an X-Box as well. I would like to, if possible, hook up the X-box using their high definition pack -- which would require me to connect it to the VGA input in the same manner as the HDTV cable box. Also, in ideal circumstances, I would like to hook up the progressive scan DVD player to the VGA input as well.
So I guess what I am looking for is a switch for 2, if not 3, component input that output from the switch into a VGA connection. Preferably, it would autoswitch between the 3.
Any recommendations would be greatly appreciated.