All of the HDMI ports are identical in terms of performance when you're inputting audio video. So you won't have any issues if you plug your components directly into port number two.
As T-Bone stated you will be just fine. Using that input won't have any impact on the quality.Hey there!
I am sorry if this is a dumb question, but I am really inexperienced when it comes to stuff like that, so I need your help.
My TV (LG OLED55G1) has 4 HDMI ports, where port number 2 is labeled "eARC/ARC". I know that ARC is this audio format for when you want to connect audio equipment like soundbars etc. Now my question is, instead of connecting audio equipment there, can I also connect my Xbox Series X (or Apple TV) on that port without any "problems" or is it advised to use one of the other ports?
I mean, will the Xbox suffer from worse image quality on the ARC port in comparison to the other ports or are all the ports the same when it comes to image processing and the ARC port has just additional audio capabilities?
I wonder if connecting my Series X to the eARC port of my TCL C635 will resolve the audio delay issues? I tried connecting my console to HDMI 1, then HDMI 2 (service), and possible HDMI 3 (eARC) too at some point - and I'm not sure I remember if it resolved the audio delay issue.All of the HDMI ports are identical in terms of performance when you're inputting audio video. So you won't have any issues if you plug your components directly into port number two.