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Old Feb 12, 2003, 03:39 AM
teegee0001 teegee0001 is offline
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Default high res on computer monitor ?, how ?

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I would be interested to know which av pack to use with up scan converter to enable high defintion use on computer monitor. I understand only the higher resolution in games can be used only through the high def adv av pack or i might be mistaken, but i am not sure sure how this attaches to an upscan conv ie svideo or another type of connection ?. any info on this subject would be very welcome. cheers

Old Feb 12, 2003, 09:18 PM
saintgames saintgames is offline
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I'm still waiting for this too. I'd love to hook to a PC monitor. Right now I've only seen "hacks" but no commercial version.
Old Feb 13, 2003, 05:43 AM
cooltrade cooltrade is offline
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If your willing to pay 150 for a decent upscan (don't get a crappy line doubler) you can connect your xbox up to your monitor via the high definition AV pack.

I'm waiting for Pixel8 to finish his true vga firmware patch.


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