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HDMI switchers

by malodorous / June 16, 2006 5:55 PM PDT

Im lookin for a hdmi switcher.
Does anybody have strong emotions, pro or con about what's out there?

Denon 3805
Samsung 61inch DLP
Panasonic DVD s97s
xbox360
desktop cpu
300b tube amps
samsund sacd

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I wouldn't get one
by kena10 / June 16, 2006 9:11 PM PDT
In reply to: HDMI switchers

Especially if the switcher is active. I personally would've gone with the 3806 and be done with it.

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I got the denon 3805 when it just came out
by malodorous / June 16, 2006 9:16 PM PDT
In reply to: I wouldn't get one

so lol, no i couldn't have purchased the 3806.

I'm just tired of doing the limbo through my wire jungle to switch cables.

what does it mean if the switch is active?

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I HAVE THE DENON 3805 WITH A GIFFIN D.V.I. SWITCHER .
by stewart norrie / June 17, 2006 4:27 AM PDT

So cool even has a remote control. I use d.v.i. output from my hi-def box, and Denon d.v.d. to the d.v.i. switcher then a d.v.i. to h.d.m.i. cable from switcher to the t.v. This allows me to use the second h.d.m.i. input on my t.v. for a future blue ray player. And use the amp for audio switching, In closing this 3805 I have owned this 3805 for a year and still havent figured out all the adjustments really complex and the only fault I find is the remote control batteries have to be replaced every month anyway post back I would like to hear about your set up what kind of speakers etc good luck stewart

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My setup
by malodorous / June 18, 2006 6:27 AM PDT

Denon 3805
Samsung 61 inch DLP
Klipsh reference speaker all around
Velodyne 1000 watt sub
300b tube amps
panasonic dvd s97s
samsung sacd
desktop pc
xbox 360

I bought a spl meter at radio shack to balance the speakers. I think the denon has its own but I prefered to do mine manually. I used the auto leveler for the sub. I haven't gotten the TV professionally tuned yet, lazy lol. As for the remote I use the harmony 880 which simplifies everything so much. The configuration is done on your cpu, very easy!

Now i will check out the switchers you guys recommended!

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Do a Google search. . .
by Coryphaeus / June 16, 2006 9:29 PM PDT
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for HDMI switcher. Bring money.

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heres something
by vonchiz / June 17, 2006 6:06 AM PDT
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4-1 $199 2-1 $99
by tehahn1 / June 19, 2006 1:17 PM PDT
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