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# 129156 5-Sep-2013 13:10
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Just a quick question, is there any idea if the T-Box will work with the new Xbox One with its HDMI pass through feature.  Will the Hi definition programming be supported?

No real reason for asking just interested. I suspect until the XBOX is released no-one will really know.







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  # 890299 5-Sep-2013 13:17
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Same question for sky tv with the MySkyHDi boxes!

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  # 890300 5-Sep-2013 13:20
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Try it and see.




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  # 890338 5-Sep-2013 14:10
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ZollyMonsta: Try it and see.


Are you going to supply us all with pre-release Xbox ones so we can?




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  # 890354 5-Sep-2013 14:50
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Doubted at launch. Future partnership possible.




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  # 890378 5-Sep-2013 15:14
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TwoSeven:
ZollyMonsta: Try it and see.


Are you going to supply us all with pre-release Xbox ones so we can?


I'm sure that would be nice for all.. Could help enhance our Tearoom with an Xbox too... But let me rephrase that.  :) 

When you get one, try it and see.  We don't have access to one.  The usual statemement here applies, that we support the T-Box connected direct to a TV set.  Nothing is guaranteed with any other device connected in-between.

As long as it doesn't dick about with anything (doesn't interfere with EDID or HDCP Handshaking) it should be fine.

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  # 890390 5-Sep-2013 15:49
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very doubtful at launch. they would have announced something by now if it were.

but who knows later on.

(also, who cares? it's not like TVs these days don't have multiple HDMI ports, and do you really want "Wolverine has logged in to XBL" popping up every few minutes when you are watching TV?)



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  # 890532 5-Sep-2013 19:17
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I am wondering if the Xbox will use HDMI CEC remote commands to control the connected device.




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