Originally Posted by kriktsemaj99
No, there's no HDMI to component conversion. On the plus side, time for a new TV
My situation is different, doesn't demand a new TV. I have the Epson 5010 Projector and we have two XBOX One's in the house; my wife's & mine. We both like to play co-op multiplayer with each other. Right now we have the two consoles in two different rooms, but want to get them together in one room so we can sit side-by-side. This can be effectively achieved in our Home Theater with Projector displaying Split-Screen, side-by-side displays. I have a 106" Screen so the two displays come out around 50" (diagonal) each which is perfectly acceptable to us for gaming. It's like having two 50" TV's side by side.
Anyhow, the Projector, just like any others I know of, does not split-screen on 2 HDMI Inputs; however, it does 1 HDMI and 1 Component brilliantly (Tested with my XBOX One on HDMI and XBOX 360 on Component).
We plan to pass one XBOX One via HDMI to the HDMI Input, and the other by converting the HDMI -> Component, to the Component Input. This way we'll get both consoles side-by-side on the screen.
HDFury has the Gamer-to-Component device for $150 that works with XBOX One effectively, and is going to be our most likely solution. However, before I pull the trigger on that, just want to explore all possible cheaper solutions. Thought I'd try this. Doesn't look like it can work though.
Originally Posted by Ovation
It does. At least my A1000 does (though I don't use the feature, I've read about in the manual).
Who was your response aimed at? Lots of questions in this thread. You gave no indication who you're replying to.