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So recently I found out a AV to VGA adapter that can give 1080p video out in the internet.. I am from India so does the thing do what it says?? Is it a fraud??

The reason is because my xbox 360 jasper has some problems with the HANA chip (I think) so it does not give HDMI out.. AV signal sucks and the text is blurrier than in HDMI.

Here is the link:
ubuy.co.in/search/index/view/prod...ef_p=dp-rp
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I have one of these but it's hdmi to vga these are fine it's just an jack conversion for example someone who has a hdmi port on there graphics card and not a vga or dvid, i have an hdmi with Ethernet built in. Technology's crazy.
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simonknowsstuff wroteSo recently I found out a AV to VGA adapter that can give 1080p video out in the internet.. I am from India so does the thing do what it says?? Is it a fraud??

The reason is because my xbox 360 jasper has some problems with the HANA chip (I think) so it does not give HDMI out.. AV signal sucks and the text is blurrier than in HDMI.

Here is the link:
ubuy.co.in/search/index/view/prod...ef_p=dp-rp


I have a few of these left
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couldn't you just use an av/HD Component cable? (if your tv has these connections)

its the AV cable but instead of red white and yellow it has blue green and red, This would still offer you 1080p display via the AV port.
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couldn't you just use an av/HD Component cable? (if your tv has these connections)

its the AV cable but instead of red white and yellow it has blue green and red, This would still offer you 1080p display via the AV port.



You mean the ones like this: amazon.in/Microsoft-Xbox-360-Comp...amp;sr=8-6 ??

Does these type of cables give 1080p output with HDMI like display?? Are these like the VGA type cable I've showed you?? If so I can consider that..

The one I have is this: amazon.in/Digital-Gaming-World%C2...mp;sr=8-14
And when playing video games, the text is usually blurry... Games I play are Minecraft and Assasin's Creed Revelations.

I would like a solid 1080p gaming performance with stunning visuals (somewhere like HDMI but not HDMI )
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simonknowsstuff wrote

couldn't you just use an av/HD Component cable? (if your tv has these connections)

its the AV cable but instead of red white and yellow it has blue green and red, This would still offer you 1080p display via the AV port.



You mean the ones like this: amazon.in/Microsoft-Xbox-360-Comp...amp;sr=8-6 ??

Does these type of cables give 1080p output with HDMI like display?? Are these like the VGA type cable I've showed you?? If so I can consider that..

The one I have is this: amazon.in/Digital-Gaming-World%C2...mp;sr=8-14
And when playing video games, the text is usually blurry... Games I play are Minecraft and Assasin's Creed Revelations.

I would like a solid 1080p gaming performance with stunning visuals (somewhere like HDMI but not HDMI )


yes that is the correct one, and yes it will output at 1080p so it will be the same quality as using HDMI.

Just make sure your TV has the connections on the back and get one of those cables and your good to go. (Almost all HD TVs should have the component cable input)
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Unfortunately, my TV doesn't have a component input method.
I found this website though that mentions how to make your own adapter:
engadget.com/2006/11/14/how-to-tu...-cable-fo/

Is that legit?? I would just like to enjoy games in full hd like I did with my HDMI cable before
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