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Can My Tv Do 1080p With The Vga Cables?


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#1 ryanverd

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Posted 31 August 2007 - 07:26 PM

I have a 61 inch jvc model HD-61FN97, it can do 1080p over hdmi...I have one of the original model 360's so I don't have the hdmi input. My question is with the vga cables can I do 1080p over it? It's a rear projection tv so the pc input says this in the instruction manual "the pc input is 15 pin d-sub type and is compaitable with xga (1024x768) and vga (640x480) signals both at 60 Hz" The resolution maxes out at that and I thought 1080p was 1920x1080 which is a lot higher than what my tv is. I'm assuming it won't do 1080p but maybe it can if one of you guys can let me know. I plan on buying the halo special edition 360 if this one won't do 1080p over the vga. Thanks in advance

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Posted 01 September 2007 - 09:25 AM

if your tv can do 1080p then vga cable can do it but you need the latest dashboard update. (I am pretty sure)




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