Xbox 360 Video Signals

Pont

Active Member
The Xbox 360 has PAL in Europe and NTSC in the US.

Does anyone know if you plug in an Xbox via VGA that there is still a signal type? I would have thought it was just digital.

I maybe talking rubbish here. But does anyone know?
 
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SquintingBadger

Guest
PAL/NTSC only applies to the scart/composite connections.
 

SpaceGhost

Active Member
VGA isn't digital, it's an analogue signal. The digital equivalent is DVI (Digital Video Interface).

PAL or NTSC does not apply to a VGA signal as they are both interlaced I believe. The VGA signal is progressive.

Pal is 576i @ 50hz (Although you can select PAL 60 for a 60hz signal), and NTSC is 480i @ 60hz I think. So anything that deviates from these standards does not fit into the PAL or NTSC category.

So in answer to your question, no, there is not a signal type through VGA. :)

Willing to be corrected if i've got any of this wrong! :smashin:
 

Pont

Active Member
I'm working out in the US at the moment and took my 360 with me. The rented apartment has a crappy old TV and using the s-video its back and white.

So if I bought a used LCD TV or Monitor and connected via VGA/DVI I should be ok? correct? :confused:
 

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