Classic Xbox RGB component AV video game console cable cord leadPRODUCT CODE: TX161847
Xbox RGB Component RCA cable for the classic original Xbox game console.
Guaranteed reliability. This RGB cable is backed by a Techexpress NZ 2 Year Assurance Guarantee.
XBox High Definition AV component cable. Get crisper graphics from your XBOX on your high definition TV. If you have an HDTV, this is the best cable for you!
This is the best quality to view your original Xbox gaming. Much crisper quality than any other connection, especially if you're using a classic large glass CRT TV.
As performance can be subjective and vary between different cables, consoles and displays, we now offer a 14-day 'trial and return for refund less shipping fee' service to enable testing in your home with your Xbox and Display.
Xbox component video audio HD cable delivers the best picture quality compared to a standard RCA composite cable included with the Xbox system. Show off your Xbox with better graphics, better sound & better quality on your display.
Cable length: 1.6 Meter.
Video Signal: Analog Component Video (YPbPr).
Designed exclusively for the original Xbox video game console.
Experience both better sound and video compared to standard composite cables.
Ultra-thick and flexible PVC jacket with colour coded connectors to simplify installation.
Compatible with most CRT, LCD, LED, OLED, Plasma television displays with component video inputs.
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Installation Hints, Tips and Troubleshooting:
- Ensure that the RGB cable is correctly and fully connected to the Xbox console video port.
- Ensure that the RCA plugs are correctly connected to the RGB inputs on the display or television. i.e. Red to Red, Green to Green, Blue to Blue, White and Red to Audio In. No plug should connect with a Yellow RCA socket on the display as this is for composite video input only.
- Ensure that the correct signal input is selected on the display or television. i.e. 'Component' or 'RGB'. This is often marked as 'SOURCE' or 'INPUT' on a remote and allows for changing between the AV, RGB, PC, HDMI 1, HDMI 2, Component inputs.
- Adjust the Xbox console video settings. From the Xbox Dashboard, adjust the video settings. This can be found from the Dashboard by selecting VIDEO and then SETTINGS. Progressively enable 480P, 720P and 1080I. Perform a full reboot or restart of the Xbox for the new settings to take full effect.
- Ensure that if the display has a 'game-mode' function, that this is enabled or turned on. Game mode disables any image processing which can cause latency or video game graphics issues.
QUESTIONS & ANSWERSAsk a Question
Does this work well and deliver a good picture for the original Xbox?
Hi. Thanks for your question. These Xbox RGB cables work well and typically provide a great picture. RGB is the best signal quality available from an original, unmodified Xbox. As performance can be subjective and vary between different cables, consoles and displays, we now offer a 14-day 'trial and return for refund less shipping fee' service to enable testing in your home with your Xbox and Display.
Does the cable allow for 16”9 gameplay on the original Xbox?
Hi. Thanks for your question. This Xbox RGB cable supports 16:9 widescreen aspect ratio when used with a compatible console, dashboard settings, game title and display. As it can be hard to know until you try, we offer a 14 day, 'trial and return-for-refund' service excluding shipping fees, to enable compatibility testing with your Xbox Console, Settings, Game Title and Display.