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Pioneer Component Video Bandwidth

 

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Username: Davidarthursfca

Post Number: 1
Registered: 01-2004
I'm really interested in the Pioneer VSX-D912 (or VSX-812), but I want to make sure I can switch High-Definition video through the component video inputs. I can't find the bandwidth spec anywhere on the web or in the (downloadable) user manuals.

Second question: most receivers in this price range ($300-$400) seems to have bandwidth of 30 Mhz to 100 Mhz. I'm also considering the Sony STRDE-895 or 995, which have a spec of 80 Mhz. From what I've read here I should not go below 50 Mhz for HDTV. Is that right? Thanks.
 

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Username: Davidarthursfca

Post Number: 3
Registered: 01-2004
In case anyone else is wondering, here's what Pioneer's PR department had to say:

-----Original Message-----
Subject: Re: Help with Pioneer A/V Receiver Specs

The VSX-D912K is capable of 40MHz for video switching HD is 33.75
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Hmm...
 

Don
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I agree with a 40Mhz minimum not the 50Mhz. But of course you'll find companies out there pushing 100Mhz (marketing mainly)
 

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Username: Dubz

Post Number: 30
Registered: 01-2004
anyone know what the kenwood 7070a is? i read that the mhz were increased over the 7070 to allow for HD video switching, but to what #?

also, how much is needed for 480P (progressive-dvd)?
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