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#195681 29-Apr-2016 17:33
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I want to do a two room install and have HDMI and component cables in place.

 

But I need to confirm after the recent software updates if the MySky component feed has been canned. I understand it may have been clipped leaving MySky as HDMI only.

 

I assume it all part of the analog sunset 

 

http://www.consumerreports.org/cro/news/2011/02/goodbye-hd-component-video-hollywood-hastens-the-analog-sunset/index.htm

 

Can anyone confirm MySky HDMI and Component are both still functioning simultaneously?

 

 

 

 

 

 


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  #1544134 29-Apr-2016 17:40
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I can confirm it still works as I have my Slingbox connected to component out.




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  #1544144 29-Apr-2016 17:54
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Thanks - I have Slingbox too, which is how I was going to do the install in room 3...(via WDTV)


 
 
 
 


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  #1544386 30-Apr-2016 09:30
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When changing the video output setting, make sure to "preview" the changes (yellow button i think) otherwise it wont save (I know... right)





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  #1544387 30-Apr-2016 09:33
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Is component sent simultaneous with HDMI? Or is it one OR the other...but not both at the same time.


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  #1544397 30-Apr-2016 10:13
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It has to be the same time as we can be watching in the lounge via HDMI and receiving in the bedroom via component.


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  #1544492 30-Apr-2016 13:36
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Until mine was disconnected last week also working using both. HDMI to some tv and component to a back-feed for all tvs in house. Luckily now have same working on Vaodafone TV over fibre. Yay for saving $70 a month,


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