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05-02-2005, 07:10 PM
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Since there are many tv experts here i couldn't think of a better forum to ask

I recently got a sony grand wega lcd projection tv and have been using the dvd with the composite cables but today i got some componet cables .

the question is it ok to leave both sets of cables hooked up on different inputs on the tv

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Generally all entries are separated so no problem, but you will probablty loose the auto detect feature and will have to switch manually the source.
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