Originally Posted by loochy
Just use the RCA. It's simple and I bet you already have the necessary cables. I never noticed a difference between that and RCA and component on low definition devices anyway.
Here's how I look at it. At the movie theater you actually don't get the sharpest resolution. I always detect some graininess or fuzziness on the screen. All I want is a projected picture like in a movie theater. Buying a new projector is not an option for the next few years. After remodeling my house we have too many upgraded/new furniture and appliances on payment. Plus the new 55" LG Cinema 3D HDTV and the corresponding Blu-Ray/DVD player.
SO, if RCA will do the job enough for a real theater quality picture I will do it. I suppose the RCA cables differ in gauge and I should perhaps get the best. Right?
Additionally, I just wanted to ****ing avoid the fishing the RCA cable up a wall and across the attic. Looks like I now have to do that.
Thanks for all the advice. If more comes to your mind please post them.