Xbox HDTV A/V pack pictures

Peter_A

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Wow, that cable looks like poo.

[Edited last by Peter_A on November 11, 2001 at 12:54 AM]
 

Camp

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So, it doesn't come with the optical audio cable, huh?
Where'd you find it? I'm going shopping for one today.
 

Shawn O

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I also thought that there were six RCA type connections.Where did the the composite video go?
 

Mitch Gurowitz

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I was wondering if I can make use of this-
I don't have an HD compatible TV, but I do have component in on my (non-Progressive) Vega (Wega- Whatever).
Does this only work with a full HDTV?
Thanks-
 

Camp

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I'm not quite sure what you mean. Composite cables come with the Xbox.
I found a HD pack at a local Funcoland. Hooked up and enjoying Halo in DD & 480p. Very, very nice.
 

Dean Cooper

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You can use this pack with your TV, the only thing is that you won't be able to use the higher end options of this unit.
Dean
 

AndyVX

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Hmm, does the Advance AV Pak have a composite video connection as well as S-Video? I want to take advantage of the optical output so I can get DD sound in games, but unfortunatly my TV only has composite video inputs.
Thanks everyone.
Andrew
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Kelley_B

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ok for $20 you get both the comp. cable and the av adapter.....I am thinking thats a good deal! I must stop reading these threads, as they are making me want an Xbox before I had planned.
 

Dean Cooper

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quote: In order to get DD, I HAVE to get this pack, and if I NEED this pack for DD, I HAVE to use COMPONENT?????
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Nope, you can also use the Advanced AV pack. It has Toslink, S-vid, and composite outputs. So with either the HDTV pack or the Advanced pack you can get DD and use any of the three types of inputs on your TV (excluding RF)
Dean
[Edited last by Dean Cooper on November 11, 2001 at 10:23 PM]
 

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