I'd like to try to connect two tv's to one xbox 360 but not sure how. I have my 42" plasma in my living room and in an adjoining room, I have a 32" LCD that I have my computer hooked up to. Currently, my 360 is hooked up to my plasma thru component. My computer is hooked up to the lcd using VGA. 360 is hooked by ethernet to computer and streams music and vids and also provides connection to XBox Live. So good so far?
Inputs available on plasma are HDMI, component, and vga (plus composite and s-video). Inputs available on LCD are HDMI, component, and VGA (plus the aforementioned s video and composite). As noted, I have the XBOX 360 component cables and another set of just plain old component cables. (I also have my old Monster component cables from the original xbox, but I have no idea if that would work or be of help to anyone with my problem).
AS I can find no splitter for the XBox connection out of the back to the 360, I would need to find a way to split the components, I suppose. I am trying to do this in the cleanest way with the fewest number of connections. My thought was to split the signal at the end of the component cables and have one end go into the plasma and the other end to connect to that spare set of component cables and plug that into the lcd. Or should I use VEGA and buy those cables and splitters, if they are even out there?
I'd like to do this as economically as possible. Why am I doing this? Because it would be nice to be able to play Xbox in either living room (plasma) or spare room (lcd). The 360 wireless controllers have plenty of range for my set-up. Advice, please?