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    I'm pretty sure most gamers probably don’t know that the Xbox comes with the capability to be used with two televisions. Whether you would like to display more televisions and graphics per game or you would simply like to take advantage of more screens for more vantage points, there is a simple task that can allow you to use the Xbox with two screens, rather than one. Two is better than one, right? Here are some tips that can allow you to take advantage of two screens that can be used while playing.
    How can you use the Xbox with two screens at one? Here are the tips that you can use and the process that you can use to be able to play the Xbox with two screens at once.
    First, ensure that the Xbox is switched to standard definition, as the process isn’t going to work while the definition is in high definition. This can be done through a simple process that can be completed through the Xbox operations system that can allow you to do this through the menu.
    Next, you should hook up the composite cable to one screen and the Xbox and the other cables (the red, green and blue cables) to the other television that is being used.
    Once you have completed this process you should easily be able to use the Xbox within two systems and enjoy a variety of options when it comes to the entertainment of the games that are being played.
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    Default Re: Using Your Xbox 360 with Two Television

    great !

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    @ELITEGUY

    repu added...
    but one thing...n pardon my noobish questionm, which one is composite cable? i thought RGB coloured cables were composite...ekta pic dite paren whole setup tar if possible...?
    also, dual monitor setup e ki khela jabe?i have extra monitor...but no extra tv..thnx

    oh btw:ei post dekhar pore search dilam, but ek jagay dekhlam lekha its not possible to play split screen this way! 2tv te naki eki jinish dekhabe?? can u clarify on ths?
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    Default Re: Using Your Xbox 360 with Two Television

    Quote Originally Posted by dhUro View Post
    @ELITEGUY

    repu added...
    but one thing...n pardon my noobish questionm, which one is composite cable? i thought RGB coloured cables were composite...ekta pic dite paren whole setup tar if possible...?
    also, dual monitor setup e ki khela jabe?i have extra monitor...but no extra tv..thnx

    oh btw:ei post dekhar pore search dilam, but ek jagay dekhlam lekha its not possible to play split screen this way! 2tv te naki eki jinish dekhabe?? can u clarify on ths?
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    firstly thanks for the REPU ..now coming to your question and they are not noobish ..the composite cable is the one in blue,red and green color it is used for hd television, it's an alternative to HDMI! Dui ta monitor e mone hoi khela jabe na, but i think you can do a tv and monitor combination..buy an avi converter for the monitor plug the avi's into the monitor, and plug the composite cable into the TV..

    And amio doubt kore je eibhabe split screen kemne khela jai, but ami jekhane ei article ta porsi, they said splitscreen ebhabe khela jabe...but i do know i genuine way in which you can play splitscreen without the screen being half, but for that you need two xbox 360s and also two tv.

    btw avi cable are the cables in red,yellow and white they are used for sd tv, while the composite cable which are in red,blue,green is used for HD tv.
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    look at the pic, the first three cables from the left side are composite cable(blue,red,green) and the next three are av cables (yellow,red,white).
    Last edited by ELITEGUY; April 21st, 2011 at 20:56.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ELITEGUY View Post
    @dhUro

    firstly thanks for the REPU ..now coming to your question and they are not noobish ..the composite cable is the one is blue,red and green color it is used for hd television, it's an alternative to HDMI! Dui ta monitor e mone hoi khela jabe na, but i think you can do a tv and monitor combination..buy an avi converter for the monitor plug the avi's into the monitor, and plug the composite cable into the TV..

    And amio doubt kore je eibhabe split screen kemne khela, but ami jekhane ei article ta korsi, they said splitscreen ebhabe khela jabe...but i do know i genuine way in which you can play splitscreen without the screen being half, but for that you need two xbox 360s and also two tv.

    btw avi cable are the cables in red,yellow and white they are used for sd tv, while the composite cable which are in red,blue,green is used for HD tv.
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    look at the pic, the first three cables from the left side are composite cable(blue,red,green) and the next three are av cables (yellow,red,white).
    lol again repped for quick reply

    and ya, finally jei conclusion ei ashlam sheta holo 2ta monitor/tv jai hok na keno, 2ta tei same jinish dekha jabe...so eita koira kono advantage dekhtesi na apatoto...apni try korle boilen kemon hoilo,or ki advantage ase..
    but jodi split screen 2ta 2screen e dekha jeto then imba hoito...ei rokom kono system paile update dien eikhane


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    Quote Originally Posted by dhUro View Post
    lol again repped for quick reply

    and ya, finally jei conclusion ei ashlam sheta holo 2ta monitor/tv jai hok na keno, 2ta tei same jinish dekha jabe...so eita koira kono advantage dekhtesi na apatoto...apni try korle boilen kemon hoilo,or ki advantage ase..
    but jodi split screen 2ta 2screen e dekha jeto then imba hoito...ei rokom kono system paile update dien eikhane
    ami sure na 2ta monitor deye kora jabe naki...but 2ta tv, ba 1ta monitor 1ta tv deye kora jabe...karon monitor jonno mone hoi na composite cable adapter thake..well eta business use er jonno advantage thakte pare...amader jonno kono advantage dheke , khali ekta dhekhe sheita hoilo jokhon fifa 11 e local multiplayer e penalty korbo, tokhon keu karo controller dhekte parbe na..
    and split screen duita ta screen e dhekha jabe without the screen being halved kintu tar jonno duita ta xbox lagbe, duita tv lagbe .. well apnar cousin er xbox 360 thakle apni eta korte parben..here are the instruction.
    #1 bring the tv and xbox 360s closer.
    #2 start a splitscreen game eg.cod , nfs etc.
    #3 connect the xbox 360s by an ethernet cable
    #4 Chose the mode system link and play.
    ei way ta ke system link bole!

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    image of an ethernet cable

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    Quote Originally Posted by ELITEGUY View Post
    ami sure na 2ta monitor deye kora jabe naki...but 2ta tv, ba 1ta monitor 1ta tv deye kora jabe...karon monitor jonno mone hoi na composite cable adapter thake..well eta business use er jonno advantage thakte pare...amader jonno kono advantage dheke , khali ekta dhekhe sheita hoilo jokhon fifa 11 e local multiplayer e penalty korbo, tokhon keu karo controller dhekte parbe na..
    and split screen duita ta screen e dhekha jabe without the screen being halved kintu tar jonno duita ta xbox lagbe, duita tv lagbe .. well apnar cousin er xbox 360 thakle apni eta korte parben..here are the instruction.
    #1 bring the tv and xbox 360s closer.
    #2 start a splitscreen game eg.cod , nfs etc.
    #3 connect the xbox 360s by an ethernet cable
    #4 Chose the mode system link and play.
    ei way ta ke system link bole!

    ---------- Post added at 20:24 ---------- Previous post was at 20:08 ----------

    image of an ethernet cable
    [IMG]http://www.hardware-one.com/reviews/...bo/cable_1.jpg[/IMG]
    system link er bapar ta jani..frnd er ase 360. korte nisilam...but oi shala or vga cable ante vule gesilo so ar try kora hoynai...

    n lmao..!! eta ki korlen? ethernet cable er pic dia dilen?? man shomman toh shob dubay dilen...ethernet cable toh chini vai XD


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    the information provided by eliteguy is kinda wrong cuz this is component video cables with analog audio



    and this is composite video cables with analog audio
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    Quote Originally Posted by ii Rabbi ii View Post
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    the information provided by eliteguy is kinda wrong cuz this is component video cables with analog audio



    and this is composite video cables with analog audio
    well this is applicable when you plug your xbox 360 into only one hd tv..but to play it on two tvs you must plug 3 in one 3 in the other..and the xbox 360 hdmi-tv converter contents 6 plugs only...
    if you use the analog audio where will you find the avi to connect to the other tv??
    i might be wrong, but an xbox 360 hdmi-tv converter contents 6 plugs, when connecting two tv's composite plugs goes into the hdtv while the avi's goes into the sdtv..

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