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Mitsubishi VGA input

True2daGame
12-14-2007, 05:53 PM
I have a Mitsubshi WD-65731/1080p, and I brought a VGA cable for my 360 so i can get 1080p.Because my 360 is a first gen launch console and it doesn't have a HDMI port.But when i turn my 360 on the picture looked washed out, the res was set to 1920 by 1080 and i tried using the monitor picture setting and the picture still looked the same way.Im using a PC/DVI adapter so i can use the 360 VGA cable, it works with analog signal which is washed out, I tried Digital and couldnt get any picture.Is their anything i can do to fix the problem besides buying a 360 wjth a HDMI port.:helpme

Bigloww
12-14-2007, 06:02 PM
I have a Mitsubshi WD-65731/1080p, and I brought a VGA cable for my 360 so i can get 1080p.Because my 360 is a first gen launch console and it doesn't have a HDMI port.But when i turn my 360 on the picture looked washed out, the res was set to 1920 by 1080 and i tried using the monitor picture setting and the picture still looked the same way.Im using a PC/DVI adapter so i can use the 360 VGA cable, it works with analog signal which is washed out, I tried Digital and couldnt get any picture.Is their anything i can do to fix the problem besides buying a 360 wjth a HDMI port.:helpme


That is just the way it is with some VGA inputs on TV's (especially RPTV's from what I seen). Results can vary quite a bit between component and VGA. Some people preffer VGA over component for the 360 and others component over VGA. And still others can't tell the diifference (like me, but I give a slight edge to VGA on my plasma). Looks like you are on the component side of town. No biggie. Just set the 360 to 1080i and let your TV deinterlace it to 1080p for you. You prabaly won't see much if any difference anyway. But the UC of SD DVD's via VGA is a bonus..

1 thing to note if you don't already know this..... Many TV's need to have each input adjusted seperately, so make sure to check the settings for your VGA input and that your VGA input supports 1920x1080 1080p. Some don't...

True2daGame
12-14-2007, 06:20 PM
Thanks for the info,im going to look at the Tv's owner's guide and see if i can find anything on input setting.