I have an old stlye sony lcd projector, it only as monitor connections on the back, i purchased a monitor/scart connector so i could watch dvds on my dvd player, i now want to connect my xbox 360 to this projector is it possilble?
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take everything out your new xbox 360 packaging. there should be:
1)a console (obvioiusly)
2) a cable that connects your 360 to a power block
3) a power block that connects your xbox to the wall
4) a cable that connects your xbox to the tv
5) a small rectangular box that connects your cable into the scart port on your tv.
take the cable and connect it to the power block and move the power block to the side
take the scart plug (small rectangular box) and connect the yellow white and red wires into the approprite slots (these are marked out on your scart plug) and move to the side pace your console down 90 deg. on its side in your desired position. WARNING WARNING WARNING WARNING WARNING WARNING WA
do NOT place your xbox 360 standing up as this can cause red ring of death syndrome and other known xbox killers due to overheating i am on my second 360 as i never followed my own advise.if you keep your console standing straight it can cause vibrations which knock your cooling sinc out of place. it can also scratch your games more easily and ring them making them UNPLAYABLE. now place all cables you set aside and connect them into appropriate slots on the back of the console. and connect them into wall socket and tv.
thanks for reading.now wheres the free cake i was promised.
You connect one end to the back of the XBox 360 where it says A/V ... see the following image. You need a composite cable to do this. Check the following website -- you can get a pre-owned composite cable for 13.95 free shipping:
When playing on HDTV's i think you have to have the HD Scart, these are £19.99 in Game and Gamestation. however i have seen them cheaper in PC World i think they where £14.99 (could have been cheaper).
I would try purchasing these connections because the standard connections are only made for normal TV's
HD is a new sort of signal transmitting/receiving technology; therefore, all software and hardware components you have to use must be able to support the relevant technology. (HDMI=High Definition Multimedia Interface)I am not sure if your 360 has an HDMI output, but if it has one, you have to use one of those HDMI cables. As well, the LCD model you mentioned has to be able to support HDMI signals. As I know, scart plugs don't usually support HDMI. Similarly, individual connector cables don't support it either. All you need to have is a digital coax cable.