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4805 and composite sync RGB?

Discussion in 'Projectors, Screens & Video Processors' started by drbob, Mar 4, 2005.

  1. drbob

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    I've got the infocus 4805 and am verry hapy with it. I'm looking to connect an xbox to it and was wondering if the M1 port will accept an RGB signal with composite sync (as opposed to rgb with separate V and H sync, which it definately does accept). The specs say that the M1 port will accept "HDTV RGB" I assume the HDTV part refers to the M1 only accepting progressive scan, but I can set the xbox to progressive. However I can't find any mention of an RGB adapter for the M1 port.

    High quality sync separaters such as the js components RGB to VGA converter seem to cost the earth (despite consisting of only a couple of pounds in parts) so aren't really an option. I am considering the x2vga, or the xbox hi-def pack, but if it isn't necessary why spend the extra money?

    Any help on this greatly appreciated.

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