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Old 11-18-2007, 11:52 PM   #1
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I purchased a Yamaha RX-V 3800 and I could not get switching to work ( HDMI ) , after much fustration I came to the conclusion that my PS3 had 1080p 24 on as soon as I switched it off the Yamaha work, I read the manual and I see that it onlt supports a freq from 50-60 hz, NOW I must return the Yamaha , does anyone know what reciever will work with a 1080p 24 hz signal, does the Onkyo 875 work ? , I looked through the Onkyo 875 manual and could not see any info that will help ( although the component will switch 100 hz ) but does it do it on the HDMI
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Old 11-19-2007, 12:20 AM   #2
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I suggest the Pioneer 3808CI (I have this one) which works perfect for 1080p/24hz from my HD DVD player. it's a 130 watt per channel receiver with internet radio (great) Also this receiver has a very slick on-screen menu system which I love. I bought mine at BestBuy (Magnolia) but Amazon also has it.
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I suggest the Pioneer 3808CI (I have this one) which works perfect for 1080p/24hz from my HD DVD player. it's a 130 watt per channel receiver with internet radio (great) Also this receiver has a very slick on-screen menu system which I love. I bought mine at BestBuy (Magnolia) but Amazon also has it.

Thanks for the input ,,, but dont you mean Denon!
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Thanks for the input ,,, but dont you mean Denon!
Ha right, I had Pioneer on my mind because that was the receiver I returned with HDMI problems.
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thanks

do you know id the Marantz will do 1080p 24 , SR 7002 , I cant seem to get a manual

Does anyone have the Marantz SR 7002 ?
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In answer to your question, yes the Onkyo TX-SR 875 does in fact support 1080p 24. My 875 works like a dream no matter what I throw at it and it's Reon video scaler is the best I have seen.
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In answer to your question, yes the Onkyo TX-SR 875 does in fact support 1080p 24. My 875 works like a dream no matter what I throw at it and it's Reon video scaler is the best I have seen.
My first choice was the 875 but there is no stock Here in SA , I need to exchange the Yamaha very soon!!! what screen are you using ? I suppose you are sending the 1080p through a PS3 ?

Does it mention in the manual that the 875 supports 1080p 24?

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My first choice was the 875 but there is no stock Here in SA , I need to exchange the Yamaha very soon!!! what screen are you using ? I suppose you are sending the 1080p through a PS3 ?

Does it mention in the manual that the 875 supports 1080p 24?

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I am sending the 1080p signal from a Toshiba HD DVD player. The Reon HQ video processor handles 1080p24 as stated on the Silicon Optics website. http://www.siliconoptix.com/products...X/Features.cfm
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