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does such a thing exist yet? I know i could use the Iscan Ultra but that is a $900 solution, looking for something much cheaper and simpler. All i want to do it be able to hook up Gamecube, Xbox, DVD Player to the DVI-D my JVC HDTV has.


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You could use a Gefen VGA to DVI convertor box ($300), with a component to VGA transcoder in front of it ($200-400, usually). The Gefen box has some limitations, but probably nothing that couldn't be overcome.

http://www.gefen.com/kvm/product.jsp?prod_id=1310


If you have too many component sources to plug into your JVC HDTV, a component switcher would probably be the simplest, most affordable way to manage everything--plug all of your component sources into a 4x1 switcher, then run a single component signal to your TV. Lots of people here have found the Inday RGB4X-R to work very nicely--and at around $175, it's certainly cheaper than most high bandwidth switchers.

http://www.inday.com/
 
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