1080p resolution (highest) through hdmi. I think there
are some hdtv's that do accept 1080p through component
,like new westinghouse, but when you can get an hdmi cable
for $5 or $6 shipped to your house why bother. Besides the
highest quality audio and video connection there are several
advantages that the hdmi connection gives like hd audio
formats from blu-ray, 1 cable connection, better compatable device control, etc.
I've seen a lot of stuff about 'digital' connections for HDTV. Am I correct that HDMI is the only truly digital method for video connections between HDTV devices in the home? My impression is that Component Video can be used to send HDTV video signals, but I've always assumed it was a high quality analog signal.
Is there any difference in video quality between HDMI and Component Video?