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#1 scribla

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Posted 24 November 2003 - 07:19 AM

I thought this was worth a mention. I received this email this morning:
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Dear Customer,

We are glad to inform you of this new offering by Neoya, which starts now and continues for one month before 2003/12/31. In order to show our great gratitude for your supports, Neoya is going to provide our old customers with free video selector and audio cable during this period, and only charge you shipping and handling fees of USD$ 6.5 and US$ 1.5 respectively.

With this free video selector, you can connect your monitor to PC and X2VGA easily at the same time(YOU WILL STILL NEED TO PROVIDE AND HAVE READY TWO VGA CABLES). In addition, it will no longer be a problem for you if you wish connect the stereo audio output of the X2VGA to your computer speaker with this free audio cable by Neoya.

If you have any needs for the video selector or audio cable, please refer to the links provided below and have your order completed (*Please note that YOU CAN ONLY ACCESS THIS FAVORABLE OFFERING BY THE PERSONALIZED ORDER LINK BELOW rather than order via our webpage!).

Introduction for Video Selector and Audio Cable:
http://www.x2vga.com...s_videoselector

Your personalized order link:
http://removed.

p.s.We are sorry that the free selector and cable are independent shipment that might cost a little bit more on S&H fees than those in the new bundle.

Cheers!

Sales Department
Neoya, Inc.
http://www.x2vga.com
FAX: 886-2-6630-9822
E-mail: sales@neoya.com


Bravo Neoya, Not only do you have an awesome product but give great service to customers! The world seems a nicer place today biggrin.gif


#2 Spawnarius

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Posted 24 November 2003 - 12:30 PM

So how satisfied are you with X2VGA ?
I currently got my XBOX hooked up in the Video-In (using composite) of my GF4Ti4200 but it is kinda blurry and all I suppose...

How's things with X2VGA?



#3 Nathan561

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Posted 24 November 2003 - 02:07 PM

ARGH! I just dished out 30 on a high quality switch for my X2VGA. The only advantage of mine is keyboard commands. Damn.. what a waste of money blink.gif

Thats nice of Neoya though thats for sure, free VGA boxes, those things are pretty expensive cool.gif

Spawnarius : The X2VGA rules, there are plenty of reviews on www.x2vga.com if you want to check it out.

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Posted 24 November 2003 - 02:35 PM

Thanks I'll give it a try smile.gif

#5 TNTrulez

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Posted 24 November 2003 - 11:54 PM

THE VGA box is ... how do I say... not high quality.

I plugged my monitor into it and it got really blurry. Anyways, if you have a good monitor I suggest you dish out the money for a real KVM switch.

Also, don't get the audio thing as it is a waste of money. You can buy a 6ft RCA to composite cable for $1.29 at www.cablewholesale.com . Actually you can get your SVGA cables there too. Pretty cheap IMO.

#6 Nathan561

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Posted 25 November 2003 - 05:49 PM

I got this Belkin switch ( http://catalog.belki...oduct_Id=134802 ) . They are supposed to be used for 2 PC's, and have 2 lots of PS2 inputs however you can leave them and just use it for monitor switching as long as you plug at least one of the PS2 sockets from the PC into it (as it draws power from the PS2 port on the PC)

I decided to dish out the money risking the fact that it may not work without 2 PC;s or that it would not support the Xbox VGA output but i can safely say that it works absolutely fine and is switched using the keyboard. HOWEVER, the PC must be on for the switch to work and the xbox output to be visable, since the switch is powered by the PC. This is not a problem for me as my PC is on 24/7 but it may be for other people.

The switch is sweet quality, it came with properly inbuilt fully sheilded cables and supports pretty damn high resolutions. So if you want High Quality you should check the belkin range out , http://catalog.belki...s?Section_Id=56

TNTrulex : On a side note, have you considered that it may be your cable? Most VGA extension cables are shit quality you have to actually know what you are looking for to get HQ cables.




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