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Hello i have a yamaha RX-v459, and i have an HDTV, can i connect my cable box to the yamaha and the yamaha to the TV and get HD? the Yamaha does not say HDTV, does that matter, or will i still get HD?

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Yes, the cable box should/could be treated as any other digital audio device. The video could also be run directly to the TV as it doesn't actually improve from being routed to/through the Yamaha, does it?

The labeling on a given input is irrelevant (except for "PHONO", which is literal and exclusively for a turntable).

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