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Old 9th May 2004, 01:57 AM   #1
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Question question about LCD monitor and connector types

i've just bought a 1850x768 17in widescreen LCD monitor for my comp. its also got a TV tuner build into the monitor itself, so you can watch TV and switch to PC monitor in a snap. ok, so i'm planing on playing my xbox on this monitor(drools over halo and ninja gaiden), cuz its better than my tv, ya my tv is hella old. on the back of the monitor, its got 2 sets of inputs.
1. Video, Audio R, audio L, and S-video
2. video, audio R, Audio L, Y, Pb, and Pr

i could buy the xbox high definition pack cables 19bucks, to use set 2
or just buy xbox cables with s-video 9-39bucks, to use set 1

i dunno which set is gonna give me better visual quality, so please help me, thanks
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Old 9th May 2004, 02:03 AM   #2
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If i were you id go to a pc store to buy the high definition cables (intead of your local game shop). they are all the same pretty much in connectivity. The difference is you can pay about 50 bucks for the gold plated stuff which is the best. The gold plating disallows any interference. That makes all the difference. They get rid of tons of static that you never env knew was there until you see it.
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