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Xbox + Component Input + 2405fpw = Disortion Lines And Other Stuff..

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#1 fowleryo


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Posted 15 April 2006 - 11:04 PM

I bought an X2VGA2. It came with a component cable, although pretty small.

I've hooked up the xbox to my display via the X2VGA2 and the component cables alone.

I haven't made up my mind which is better yet. Component seems a little easier to work with than the x2vga deal.. so yeah.

Anyway, here are some things I noticed when it's hooked up via component:

1. diagonal lines across the screen
2. ghosting if someone is moving quickly

Is this something that's wrong with my cables.. or something else?

If I can get it to work properly, I think I'd choose this over the x2vga.. I'm sure it's cheaper too.

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#2 flag74


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Posted 25 April 2006 - 04:05 PM

i have the exact problem...it seems caused by digital out plug...try to unplug it
however did u find a solution?..i dunno what to do
perhaps a ground problem on house electric implant??

#3 ptlite


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Posted 13 May 2006 - 05:40 AM

I had this problem when I first connected my HD adapter to my projector. I have a PAL Xbox, switching to NTSC fixed the problem for me. I also had to change settings in XBMC after I changed to NTSC with the Enigmah video mode disc, or the picture would be squashed vertically. In the settings menu in XBMC, go to My Videos, then Player, then set Framerate Conversion to play PAL videos at NTSC rates. You also need to set Resolution to output required to suit your tv.

Edited by ptlite, 13 May 2006 - 05:48 AM.

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