3 Replies Latest reply: Dec 20, 2010 3:58 PM by jimfitzgerald RSS

    Does the SOLO output an HD signal?

    J53113

      Now I have read the FAQ and the main page for the solo....

       

      Main Page: "Easily connect the Slingbox SOLO to practically any one of your home-theater devices and watch your standard-definition (SD) or high-definition (HD) TV shows..."

       

      FAQ:

      • "Can I send HD video from my Slingbox SOLO?
      • No. The Slingbox SOLO accepts HD component signals at 720p or 1080i and down-converts them to standard-definition (SD) resolution before sending the output over the network. However, when appropriate, a Slingbox accessing component video input maintains anamorphic resolution with progressive scan and sends video at a higher bitrate than SD content for improved picture quality..."

       

      Now since it down converts it to SD and its a little better then SD when received, you're really not receiving the HD/720p you put in. Even though there is no real HD scale chart, but doesn't HD start at around 720p. Thats what I pay for when I watch my HD channels from my cable company.

       

      So is "a higher bitrate than SD" really being able to watch my "HD TV shows..."?