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Old 11-03-2012, 02:48 PM   #1
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Default Connecting DVDO DUO to AVR?

Anyone with either a Lumagen, DVDO or similar processor that know how it's meant too be connected?

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Old 11-03-2012, 03:59 PM   #2
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Is it really as easy as just doing AVR outputs DVDO Inputs & then DVDO Outputs Display inputs.

I guess that's properly it right?

Then what's up with the multitude of DVDO inputs?

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I do not own either processor. However, I assume installing them should be as easy as connecting a receiver or pre/pro.




DVDO Duo Manual:
http://www.dvdo.com/documents/iScanD...ULL_080912.pdf

DVDO User Reviews:
http://www.amazon.com/DVDO-iScan-Duo...words=dvdo+duo
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Quote:
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I do not own either processor. However, I assume installing them should be as easy as connecting a receiver or pre/pro.




DVDO Duo Manual:
http://www.dvdo.com/documents/iScanD...ULL_080912.pdf

DVDO User Reviews:
http://www.amazon.com/DVDO-iScan-Duo...words=dvdo+duo
I figured it out. Thanks BD.

Still can't see the logic in having that many inputs if you already have an AVR though.

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Old 11-05-2012, 12:30 PM   #5
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You would want the DVDO doing all the heavy lifting for video processing. I connected all my components directly to the DVDO then sent the Audio output from the DVDO to the AVR.

I had my PS3, Xbox, BD, HDDVD etc etc going to my DVDO then the audio to my AVR. One output to the projector the other to the TV.
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You would want the DVDO doing all the heavy lifting for video processing. I connected all my components directly to the DVDO then sent the Audio output from the DVDO to the AVR.

I had my PS3, Xbox, BD, HDDVD etc etc going to my DVDO then the audio to my AVR. One output to the projector the other to the TV.
Thank you so much for this information. I'll try that.

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