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Topic # 25231 15-Aug-2008 18:38
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Hi
I am looking for a xbox high defintion AV pack like this http://www.xbox.com/en-US/hardware/h/hdavpack/

Send me a message if you can help.
Cheers
Richard





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  Reply # 157311 15-Aug-2008 21:40
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I got one from ebay about 6 months ago, cost bugger all and took about a week to get here.

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  Reply # 159063 22-Aug-2008 21:18
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Looks like shipment to NZ due in a month or so.

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  Reply # 163199 8-Sep-2008 23:36
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HI , If you have HDTV.  I have the hdmi cable for Xbox to TV.

Like this: http://sinoyele.en.alibaba.com/product/200129432/208540833/Game_Player_Accessories/V_Monster_Cable_M1000HD_HDMI_HDTV_Cable_M1000HD.html

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  Reply # 163219 9-Sep-2008 07:41

I blogged on getting HD going on the XBOX a few weeks ago, and included a link - http://www.theplaycom.com/xbox-hdtv-pack-p-54.html
$NZ35 Shipped. Output quality is good, no softness or sync issues.

cihlin, I'm not sure how you're going to get a HDMI out of an XBOX1 it's max out is 1080i so component is all you really need.

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  Reply # 163242 9-Sep-2008 09:45
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hi. what you ask for is HDMI to AV cable. My one is HDIM to HDIM, that is the different. So i ask do you have HDTV which work HDIM cable. cheers.

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  Reply # 163243 9-Sep-2008 09:51
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I think the quality of HDMI to HDMI  is better than HDMI to AV, but expensive.

One is price. one is quality. which one is looking for is you choice. you are the boss , *^*

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  Reply # 163903 12-Sep-2008 01:33
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I am also after a Original Xbox's advanced AV pack that has either Optical or Coaxial output for sound...

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