On November 29, 2016 at 09:40, cma said...
Yamaha can't do it.. Denon can kind of do it but in a funky way. You have to select your audio source first then do a "video" select. If at any time you change audio sources you have to reselect your video.
I read this in the Denon manuals. It just allows Phono and CD for analog sources. But, it won't allow the CD if, according to the manual: "This cannot be set when any of the HDMI, component video or video connectors are assigned."
I guess that means that if you assigned a HDMI input to CD, then this feature won't work. ??
For music sources, the customer has a turntable, a Sonos Connect, a CD changer and an second analog cable with a headphone jack to connect any smartphone for music. So, I have several sources, but only 2 possible inputs, it looks like.