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    Xbox Component cables on KV-27FS100 Dashboard
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    jbutler

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    Joined: Apr 11, 2003
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    From: Canada

      Posted: 2003-04-13 11:09

    I'm interested in getting some component cables for my xbox but would like some input regarding quality differences between the MS HD pack and the monster cables. I'm leaning towards the MS HD pack because it's $30 cheaper and I'm assuming the differences will be minimal at best on a non HD set. Any input?


       


    gt90

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    From: ct

      Posted: 2003-04-21 20:23

    Get the monster cables on ebay, they usually sell for under $25
    Unless you plan on using digital audio from the xbox, then definitely get the MS HD pack, the monster cables have a reputation for having a bad digital output, plus you need a specific monster toslink interconnect to use with it which is another $25.
    If it helps you decide I use the monster s-video cable (no component inputs )on my ps2 and it was a dramatic difference over the cheap s-video cable. And since I use digital audio with my xbox I got the MS advanced av pack, probably not a big difference over the monster cable.


       
    nemesis009

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    From: texas

      Posted: 2003-04-22 02:16

    Monster is over-rated. I believe I still have my Xbox Monster component cables, if you want them I'll sell them to you for $25.

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