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  Reply # 272997 14-Nov-2009 12:51
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vinnieg: I think that's been the case with most Pro/Elite consoles, you buy the HDMI cable separately however they do have a component HD cable you can use.


I think he's meaning it had no HDMI input, you can't plug in an HDMI cable because it's an older model.

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  Reply # 273010 14-Nov-2009 13:17
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JMatt94:
vinnieg: I think that's been the case with most Pro/Elite consoles, you buy the HDMI cable separately however they do have a component HD cable you can use.


I think he's meaning it had no HDMI input, you can't plug in an HDMI cable because it's an older model.







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  Reply # 273024 14-Nov-2009 14:37
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I got the MW2 Xbox 360 limited edition console last night. It has HDMI input but it only comes with standard AV cables. I just pulled the component cables from old 360 and have connected new 360 to tv via that. Old 360 is now running on standard AV cables. Orered an HDMI cable from e-bay for NZ$5 incl delivery.

250GB HDD, Console with nice graphics printed, 2 Black controllers, Black Headet, Standard copy of MW2, smaller PSU than previous models (brick).




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  Reply # 273108 14-Nov-2009 22:52
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That would be the old Falcon model, it says warranty ran out 3 months ago, meaning purchased in August 2008 which means manufactured at the earliest in june/july, the Jasper I think are Sept 2008 and later

Only way to upgrade would be painful :( full motherboard replacement + new power supply to support the jasper power pinout and less watts, the power brick is also smaller as Billgates said above , easier going to x-mods and getting a replacement Xbox Jasper box from them or just buying a new kit from Playtech




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