Muy chico. ocupa poco espacio, funciona perfecto con los componentes necesarios.. no necesita fuente externa de energia. permite usar auriculares con ficha miniplug o conectar un juego de parlantes por RCA. sencillo. MUCHOS cables.. genera desorden.. la necesidad de usar el cable vga y no poder o...
Muy chico. ocupa poco espacio, funciona perfecto con los componentes necesarios.. no necesita fuente externa de energia. permite usar auriculares con ficha miniplug o conectar un juego de parlantes por RCA. sencillo. MUCHOS cables.. genera desorden.. la necesidad de usar el cable vga y no poder conectarlo por rca o videocompuesto. el cable vga con el que viene tiene poca calidad y se puede ver borroso y con ghosting. si usamos el cable con el que vino el monitor o compramos uno de buena calidad, como uno que se vende aca.. puede funcionar bien... pero requiere un gasto extra Con los adaptadores correctos y cables necesarios podemos llegar a usar 5 parlantes (sku.5212) lamentablemente no se puede llegar a 5.1 pero si uno tiene parlantes los puede usar... Un buen producto que si hubiera contado con las cosas necesarias (poder conectar un 5.1, por ejemplo) hubiera sido la solucion definitiva para usar la xbox 360 en un monitor.
-No AC Adapter required -Small in size, not too bulky -Simple Design, with one switch function -Has both headphone and Red and White Audio jacks -Works right out of the box -Comes with it's own Male/Male VGA cable and 3.5 mm Male/Male Audio cable as well. -Solid, tight design, doesn't feel like a...
-No AC Adapter required -Small in size, not too bulky -Simple Design, with one switch function -Has both headphone and Red and White Audio jacks -Works right out of the box -Comes with it's own Male/Male VGA cable and 3.5 mm Male/Male Audio cable as well. -Solid, tight design, doesn't feel like cheap plastic -Cable is just a standard 14 pin VGA Cable, so it's only really meant for a screen of 17" or smaller. -Using this device requires you to own the Xbox VGA cable as well, which is another 50 bucks in itself for the official version. -Provided cable has "ghosting" issues on screens 17" or bigger. -VGA Cable had to be connected directly from PC to Monitor on startup of PC in order to retain native resolution. (It could be plugged back in to switchbox after this, however, and still be fine.) I used this Switchbox with the Acer X223W, so your standard 22" Widescreen LCD monitor. Native resolution is 1680x1050. At first, everything was fine, I hooked my Xbox and PC into the 2 input sections, and the provided VGA into the output. Right away I noticed problems with the quality of the picture (ghosting), and I couldn't get to my native resolution of 1680x1050. After switching around the cables and testing things, and a bunch of research, I found it's because my 22" monitor requires a 15 pin Coaxial VGA cable to provide the best quality, So I had to go out and search for one. Once I got that and switched that up with the one that came the switchbox, however, this thing worked like a charm, but it needed one more adjustment. My Xbox screen was off center, so I hit my monitor's auto config button, which fixed the Xbox, but screwed over the PC's picture. I then found that if my Xbox screen was off center, I had to go to my Xbox settings, and choose "1680x1050", then say "No, Try Again", and then the Xbox auto-configed itself and adjusted it's picture correctly. Once I did that, Both the Xbox and PC screens were centered, with no Ghosting problems at all. It took a bit of adjusting, but it works. The only thing it has now is I need to connect my PC's VGA cable straight to my Monitor when I power the PC up, otherwise the resolution gets all wonky. But once I do that, I can put it back in the switchbox, and it works like it should. -If you have an Xbox VGA cable, and a monitor that's 17" or smaller, everything will work right out of the box. -If you have any bigger screen like I did, go and find a 15 pin Coaxial VGA cable to replace the one that comes with the box. I got mine for about 12 bucks. -Make sure that your PC's VGA cable is connected straight to the monitor when you start the PC up, so your resolution stays normal. You can hook it back up to the switchbox and plug in the output cable to your monitor after your computer loads up to the desktop. -Last but not least, if your Xbox picture is off center, Go to the system's resolution settings, click your desired one, and select "No, Try Again" to see if it fixes the centering, which it did for me. You should only have to do this once, and it will stay like that from now on.
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