Advertisements OK, I know this looks like a strange topic. But here goes. I'm wondering whether a TiVoHD will downres HD recordings and play them on an SD television (connected via S-Video or Component)? I plan on dropping DirecTV and switching completely over to cable soon. My media room is all set for the full HD experience - I've been using an SA8300 for HD content on a 56" Samsung DLP for a couple of years now. But I'm tired of paying two content bills, and I want my Tivo interface. The problem is the Great Room TV that is mostly what my kids watch. It's not HD, and I'm not ready to spend the money for a new HD TV set there - probably for at least another year. I could just hook up an standalone S2, but I'm used to dual-tuner capability and also would like the ability to use the Great Room tuners to help deal with conflicts for the Media Room TiVoHD, now that MRV is working. I also don't trust IR blasters, and figure that channel changes via a TiVoHD will be more reliable than on a standalone hooked up in line with a cable box. So, would this work? I know that the TiVoHD can be connected to the SD set, but specifically would HD programming be watchable on the SD set (or does it just not output at all)?