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Bing a bit thick with my Pio 434 & X-Box Hi Def....

Discussion in 'Plasma TVs' started by Slickeeboy, Jul 30, 2004.

  1. Slickeeboy

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    I recieved my X-Box hi Def kit from Lik-Sang this morning, hooked it up and got everything working fine......So far.

    I switched to NTSC, went back into the dash and switched on 420p,780p & 1080i, but time I boot up a game it displays '525i' in the top right of the screen.

    I think I'm missing something in the setup somewhere but not sure what. Anyone help me out? :confused:
     
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    you have a PAL or NTSC Xbox ? if pal it needs to be modded as they took the high def output out of the pal Xboxes. if its NTSC then i havnt a clue
     
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    I assume its a modded PAL, as that's the only xbox you can switch to NTSC (or software modded). Not all games are capable of the higher res, or progressive, but 525i doesn't sound right. Best posting this (or mods moving) in xbox forum. It's not to do with the plasma.
     
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    Posted this in both, but thought it wouldn't do any harm in here as a few other peeps with Pioneer Plasmas might know might know the score.
     

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