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    Yamaha receiver question

    I am setting up a Yamaha HTR-5560 for a friend. We have S-video from the
    receiver to his projector (for dishnetwork) and component video direct from the
    DVD to the projector.

    My question is the composite video from the VCR (no s-video output).
    Does the receiver allow you to input composite and output s-video?

    This theater is built and the projector is a good 35-40ft from the
    receiver, so running another cable is really not an option.

    Thanks in advance.
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    I looked at specification, and it seem that it doesn't support video up conversion.

    So you might need one of these. Using the adaptor, just plug in your VCR to receiver's s-video input.

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