Panasonic XR45 and Kenwood VR7070 at the lower end. There are thousands of threads on best sub $600 receiver.
|Originally posted by waltonat59|
the onkyo txsr601 is a hard receiver to beat at 500$. it have component switching, composite to s-vid up conversion, zone 2 multi-source. and some of the best reliability Ive ever seen.
|Originally posted by CygnusXI|
I see models with 3 or 4 opt inputs, but some seem to be assigned to CD or other audio only devices. Can they all be associated to a video device?
Originally posted by btoneill
Saying your Onkyo up converts composite to s-video is misleading. It really doesn't convert the signal, it just changes the video connector. Also, composite and s-video are the same resolution, it's just that the picture is normally clearer on s-video because it doesn't have "bleeding" of the chroma and luminance signals on the same wire.
thank you, i apologize for not being clear.