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The Xbox High Definition AV Pack connects the Xbox console to most TVs with interlaced component video inputs, including High Definition-ready TVs that support 480i and either 480p, 720p, or 1080i component video signals. Look for HDTV support on Xbox game packages. Movie playback is in 480i only. This pack also supports digital or surround sound audio receivers. Sound systems with Dolby Digital decoding and a fiber-optic cable are required to enable Dolby Digital sound. Sound systems with Dolby Pro Logic decoding are required to enable Dolby surround sound. (Additional cables and sound systems sold separately.) High Definition-ready TVs are required to enable high-definition features.
Why is movie playback only in 480i? Can you do 720p movie playback with soldered method?
This post has been edited by kenzo42: Apr 10 2012, 06:41 PM
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Xbox Version: v1.1
360 version: unknown
RCA is RCA. There is no difference between component, composite or audio connectors.
Coaxial output send 5.1 sound if available, if not, stereo. You must have TV or amplifier with this input (it is usually yellow RCA). It won't work when you plug coaxial cable to stereo L/R input (white+red).