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help please NEOYA X2VGA

Discussion in 'Xbox Forums' started by sime, Aug 26, 2005.

  1. sime

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    hi i just recieved my neoya x2vga lead today to out put high def 480 720 1080 but i cannot seem to get the settings right i have had my xbox modded with a executer so it does output nstc and region free i am connecting it to a sanyo z3 projector :lease:
     
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    You need to tell us a bit more, what is wrong exactly?
     
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    hi sorry for the delay ive just got back, when i connect the leads up as the instrustions state the picture is still fuzzy and not really watchable but i know there are four little switches on the side of the neoya box im just wondering if these need setting/switching up a certian way, i set the hd modes 480 720 1080 at yes and then insert the dvd and it automatically starts playing through dvd region x but when i use standard component leads that are connected through the xbox the picture is perfect ..
     
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    Have a read at this Tutorial which I can't take any credit for.....might thave the answers you need
    I did have to change the dip switches when I set mine up but I haven't got the instructions handy unfortunately - most important thing was to have the box mode as NTSC
     
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    cheers.........i have tried all combinations using the neoya x2vga+ but unfortuanatly it seems impossible to actually watch a dvd movie in hd .......tried for several hours but the picture still remianed blurry and unwatchable there also seemed to be a bit of ghosting....
    i guess i will just have to carry on using the component lead connections, i only bought the neoya hoping to gain a upscaling dvd player for my pj as when i play games i seem to sit there most of the day 6-8 hours which would hammer the bulb life, so i just tend to using a standard tv while gaming......
     
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    I'm not sure why you are using the Neoya box to connect to the projector if you already have component leads. It's really designed to give you HiDef output on a PC monitor.

    I didn't need to change any switches just took the default but then I'm connecting to CRT monitors & not to the VGA-in on my projector.
     
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    far as i am aware XBMC and the avaluancher dvd player are the only xbox program that upscales dvds. and as stated above best to stick to component cables, x2vga+ is for pc screens
     
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    if u want hd dvd via the stock ms dvd player you have to hexedit a file on the hard disk use xbox-scene do a search. :smashin:
     

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