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Post 23 made on Friday September 26, 2008 at 08:05
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August 2006
On September 25, 2008 at 21:36, bmode said...
There's one thing that everyone has eluded, that the PS3
and Denon 2500 Blu-Ray players lack, and that's outputs!
They both only have HDMI outs! This is terrible for
a systems that needs multiple video or audio sources.
It's not always necessary, but it is a key factor nevertheless.

I can't comment on the Denon piece, but the PS3 gives you three (maybe 4) options for video output.


The last three are outputted through the funky Playstation low res jack. Kind looks like a HDMI connection but smaller. You just need to purchase the appropriate cable for your application. I don't believe the HDMI and the low res (whatever that jack is called) can be enabled at the same time though.

You could use a distrubution amp or a cheap matrix (best of luck with HDMI) if you need mulitples of any output. The PS3 isn't a whole home Bluray solution, and I don't think that's what the OP was really looking for. However, as a stand alone piece, it's still one of the best performers available.
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