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4-In-1 HD Component AV Cable [360, WII & PS3]

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8y, 6m agoPosted 8 years, 6 months ago
Im thinking about buying one of these for my WII and 360 (My Ps3 is using hdmi so no need for that) but basicly I dont wanna keep swaping between WII & 360 Component cable (tv only has one, but 2 hdmi ports) and atm im just using the original 360 one. Will using a cheap cable make the quality worse? or should it be the same?

W31 4-In-1 HD Component AV Cable for WII PS2 PS3 XBOX 360


4 in 1 Component Cable PS3/PS2/Xbox360/Wii Fully Compatible with Xbox 360TM, WiiTM, PS3TM , PS2TM and any TV system with component input. The Final High-Definition Solution for all your Next Generation Gaming Consoles. Avoid the Hassle of switching cables behind your television or dealing with tangled cables from all your Consoles, not to mention the saving from buying 1 cable instead of 3. Support D2 (480i/480P); (720i/720P) & D4 (1080 i/ 1080 P) technology. Actual resolution displayed will be determined by the technology supported by the Console in use. Support Component Signal (Stereo Function) Support AV Signal (Stereo Function) High Quality and High Speed for Transfer Signal. Support Dolby Prologic. Support DTS 5.1 Channel System. Support DOLBY Digital and Surround Sound Support Stereo Sound Support Optical Signal (Xbox 360) Compatible with Surround Receiver or Integrated Amplifier Support CRT, Plasma, LCD or any HDTV System Support D2 (480i/480P); (720i/720P) & D4 (1080 i/ 1080 P) technology. (*)NOTE: The three AV plugs for each console should NOT be connected to their respective consoles simultaneously. Only one console should be connected for the cable to function properly. If more than one consoles are connected, even if it is set to "off" loss of audio or video may occure, but there will not be any damages done to the console

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8y, 6m agoPosted 8 years, 6 months ago

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