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Recently purchased a Sony STR-DE597 stereo receiver to power a home theater and audio system. Noticed that there are two composite/component video inputs in the back of this unit and one output. Can anyone tell me why a receiver would have these inputs and what they are used for? Is this just simply to consolidate multiple component video signals into one output?
 

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No, they're for allowing the receiver to switch video simultaneously with the audio. It's called "convenience", unless you prefer using the TV/monitor inputs.


Well, it's actually called "convenience" no matter what your preference is.
 
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