I have an older Sony 60" TV that doesn't have an HDMI input, only a DVI input. I recently bought a Sony STRDG920 receiver that has HDMI switching. I ran an HDMI cable to the TV and used an HDMI-DVI converter to get the video signal to work. A few things: First, I know that I can't get audio to the TV this way. Don't care, I only use audio from the receiver anyway - never use audio out of the TV. The video works just fine, quite clear actually! The manual for the receiver actually states that if a person uses this type of connection that you might not get any audio from the components. I thought it meant to the TV.. What happens is that it actually cancels out (entirely, even just to the receiver) the audio coming from the Blu-Ray or Satellite dish. I'm curious why this is? I mean its common to not use TV for audio. The receiver itself has a setting that selects whether you want audio to go to the TV or not... yet somehow the thing is detecting that it has a DVI converter and cancels out the audio coming from the components. It makes no sense to me why this would even happen. Why should the receiver even be smart enough to care what is plugged into the TV as long as the video is getting there. One other note: the DVI converter I bought (from monoprice) didn't have all the pinouts on the end that connected to the TV. I see that some places do have all of them and I'm wondering if this might trick the receiver into allowing the audio to work. Sorry if I'm not explaining this enough but basically it seems like unless I get a TV with HDMI I'm SOL on using this receiver with its HDMI switching.