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Sagem HD-D45 and Gaming

Discussion in 'TVs' started by jerkyboy, Feb 20, 2005.

  1. jerkyboy

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    I am about to buy a Sagem HD-D45 for use with DVD's and Xbox.

    How does this TV perform as a games TV ?.

    I have a modded Xbox so I will be running games in 480p, and some in 720p

    Has anyone had any problems using the Sagem as a games TV ?.

    Any screenshots would be much appreciated

    Thanks
     
  2. AV Junky

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    Only have an old Dreamcast hooked up, but the PQ is perfect (RGB scart).
     
  3. JohnWin

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    Have used the Sagem 50 with a non mod Xbox at RGB Scart and found the PQ superb - Games like Halo 2 Awesome.

    BTW can you give me details of how to get the XB modded and how many games will play at 720P?

    Cheers

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    I bought my Xbox already modded from www.premodded.com (great service)

    If you have a TV that can handle it you really MUST get your Xbox modded. When I first saw Amped 2 running in 720p I was truly gobsmacked, the difference over standard RGB scart is incredible.

    The great thing is that 95% of UK games run in 480p on my modded Xbox and a few run in 720p. Why the hell Microsoft have not updated there UK Xbox's so they can do this as standard is beyond me.

    Anyway, cant wait to see my Xbox on the Segam 45" when I get it.
     

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