Re: The CEA Nixes 1080p Video Through Analog Component Cables
"sensationalizing" articles like this are misleading. Most people have no problems with HDMI video signals. And going digital is *THE* way to get the best image quality possible.
If anything, groups having difficulty with HDMI working properly should:
1. complain to the manufacturers who didn't get the HDMI thing right in the equipment they bought.
2. lobby for a better/less problematic copy-protection scheme but one that maintains signal integrity in an HDMI carrier.
The same "high end installation/home-theater" crowd complained when DVD replaced laserdisc. It's ok to move forward, though it does sometimes involved gear becoming obsolete.
Last edited by DaViD Boulet; 10-11-2007 at 07:38 PM..