Jan 5 2007, 05:41 PM
XCM Multi-Component Cable v2 Preview
Posted by XanTium | 5-1-2007 11:41 EST
From the press release:
www.xcmlive.com presents to the gaming media a first view at the upcoming XCM multi-component cable which will support Xbox 360, Wii, PS3 and PS2 formats. At the flick of a switch gamers can toggle between their console displays, a great set-up if PS2 owners can't bear to completely part with the 'old generation' and also ideal for those with a mixture of 'next generation' systems. The sheer quality of this versatile cable will optimize any textures and gaming visuals, making it a must-have for all gamers.
For now the media and gamers are welcomed to view the 'in action' video of this product. Stay tuned for a news follow-up relatively soon, with complete specifications, pricing and availability!
Jan 5 2007, 05:36 PM
very nice, i want one.
reminds me of the old rf boxes.
Jan 5 2007, 06:44 PM
Nice. I was wondering when this was gonna come out. They have them for every generation.
Jan 5 2007, 09:59 PM
I don't really like these multi unit style cables, the extra spaghetti turns me off. I am a neat freak though, I also wish someone would come out with a short high quality cable. There is only like three feet from my xbox to my amp and i hate the extra six feet or whatever of wire.
But thats just me
Jan 5 2007, 10:45 PM
hell yea i need one of those bad...wii component cables aren't easy to come by anyways. i just hope it doesnt cost $100
Jan 6 2007, 06:25 PM
I might need one of these when I get a Wii. My Samsung HDTV randomly only has one component input (but two HDMI, so I'm okay).
And by the way, I heard on Gizmodo I believe that it will retail for $29.99, not bad at all!
Jan 8 2007, 02:25 PM
I see the Xbox 360's optical interconnect but is that same output used by the other console's as well?
how do I get PS2/3 digital audio out?
Jan 9 2007, 01:32 AM
There is an optical out on the back of the console on both the PS2 and PS3.
Jan 9 2007, 06:36 PM
d'oh! ... I knew that too.
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