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#1 Gilgo


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Posted 20 January 2004 - 03:38 PM

I wan't to have a bunch of connections in a little box. So the question is how should I use the pins on the connector to the Xbox? I have found tutorials where it says which pin is for what, BUT from what I understand I can not get s-video and scart at the same time? Seems wierd since it's possible to buy cables like that. So if someone knows how I should do this, please say how uhh.gif

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Posted 20 January 2004 - 04:16 PM

My tutorial/guide from last week that I posted in the Audio/Video technical forum tells you how you could make just about any combination of A/V cable. The cable I made has RGB-Scart, composite video, S-video, VGA, HDTV, phono audio, digital audio connections. However you cannot display on S-video AND RGB scart simultaneously, you need to switch betwen them (my guide explains where to put the switches). You COULD display S-video and composite scart at the same time. (scart has connections for RGB mode and Svideo/composite modes)

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Posted 20 January 2004 - 04:59 PM

I suspected that. So which of the modes is the preffered one? I read somewhere here that rgb scart has better quality then s-video. If so the choice is easy.

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