4 Responses

  1. Daniel H.
    Daniel H. June 10, 2008 at 6:51 am |

    Chris – I gotta ask – why do you need S-Video?

  2. Christopher Price
    Christopher Price June 10, 2008 at 7:46 am |

    Because I paid for S-Video gear, that’s why. I’m not going to put a old SDTV in my living room just when I want to play an old Sega Saturn or N64 game. On some systems, I don’t even have the composite cable anymore… I’d actually have to order a new cable just to hook up some old receivers.

  3. Daniel H.
    Daniel H. June 11, 2008 at 11:53 am |

    oh, i see. would you ever do the “ROM” route on a modded xbox (with component cables)? I have a modded xbox that a friend hooked up for me (since I don’t know how to solder) and it works great.

  4. Christopher Price
    Christopher Price June 11, 2008 at 3:44 pm |

    While I have “jailbroken” my original Xbox (using the buffer overrun exploit), I don’t use it for emulation anymore.

    Instead I use a Dell Inspiron 530n, connected to my TV via DVI. That way, I get 1366×768 (1:1 pixel lock), and the full range of emulators available on Windows (as well as Windows games, via my Xbox 360 controller).


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