This (hopefully) quick question is a part of my other quick question on this board (what an awesome and informative group of folks … you guys are selling me more on the live hub than WD themselves which is a sign of a great product and a great forum).
I am guessing that the chances are slim of somebody being in the exact same scenario as me (I don’t have a live hub yet … learned about it yesterday):
I have two old yet working Sony Wega tube TVs that I generally won’t trash until they die (they go and go) … one above the other on different floors
intend to buy the live hub and make my media available to both TVs via either: one component going to the larger 32" TV and one composite going to the smaller 27" TV OR split the component to both TVs
I realize that my picture will **bleep** on both TVs next to HDTVs and that is fine with me but has anybody tried either scenario or knows enough to compare splitting a component output (one TV will likely need a 25 foot component or composite cable) vs… using one output for each TV (the inferior composite and the component each to a TV). I also wonder if a longer cable will degrade the composite or the component video more.