Connecting your equipment
Using the component video jacks
Component video should deliver superior picture quality
when compared to composite or S-video. A further
advantage (if your source and TV are both compatible) is
progressive-scan video, which delivers a very stable,
flicker-free picture. See the manuals that came with your
TV and source component to check whether they are
compatible with progressive-scan video.
•If you connect any source component to the receiver
using a component video input, you should also have
your TV connected to this receiver's component video
1 Connect the component video outputs of your
source to a set of component video inputs on this
Use a three-way component video cable for the
2Assign the component video inputs to the input
source you’ve connected.
This must be done so that they can be used in
conjunction with the audio/video input(s) to which you
have connected the component above (see
component video inputs
on page 82 for more on this).
3Connect the COMPONENT VIDEO MONITOR OUT
jacks on this receiver to the component video inputs
on your TV or monitor.
• Use a three-way component video cable.
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