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Xbox RGB lead

Discussion in 'Cables & Switches' started by runningback, Sep 20, 2004.

  1. runningback

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    Can there be anything wrong with a RGB scart cable? I'm looking for one to connect my xbox via RGB instead of composite and found this scart
    It seems ridiculously cheap, can there be something wrong apart from the fact that they don't bother to give you the lenght?

    Thx,
     
  2. MS-Yam

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    I cant see there being anything wrong with it. But if you want to listen in Dolby Digital you will need one with an optical lead (to connect to your AV amp).
    But whatever you do, dont go for an official XBOX lead. They are £20! I paid £10 for mine and it is much better as it has gold plated conectors (like the one at Play), and it comes with an optical lead. I got it online but cant remember the make, I just know it is very high quality. Like I said though , if it is just for picture, I would get the one from Play. Hope this helps.
     
  3. runningback

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    Thanks for your help MS-Yam,
    i will look for the one you mentioned, £10, another bargain....
     

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