Originally Posted by GusGus748s /t/1420406/xbox-360-connected-using-component-cables#post_22222144
Again Xbox only supports 720p.
Originally Posted by TuenMuner /t/1420406/xbox-360-connected-using-component-cables#post_22222178
Actually xb360 does support 1080p, according to Mircosoft themselves:
Originally Posted by GusGus748s /t/1420406/xbox-360-connected-using-component-cables#post_22222337
Okie dokie. If it makes you happy then the Xbox 360 does play may be 1080i, but I doubt it. A good example is Vudu movies. The highest resolution from Vudu is HD = 720p not HDX = 1080p. The new XBOX is supposed to be a full 1080p console. But just to make everyone happy the Xbox does play 1080p
Originally Posted by TuenMuner /t/1420406/xbox-360-connected-using-component-cables#post_22222528
Denial is a wondelful thing. Try re-post this at the AVS 360 forum and those fanboys will burn you alive.
Sorry, you are misinformed. While it is true that Xbox mostly only capable of 720p or less for games, it is perfectly fine output 1080p in video player. I have 3 Xboxes for tv watching and all of them output 1080p video just fine.Quote:
Originally Posted by GusGus748s /t/1420406/xbox-360-connected-using-component-cables#post_22222638
Hey, I own two xboxes. The Xbox 360 and the Xbox 360 Slim. They are awesome gaming consoles. I also own a PS3, and they both have good picture quality, but the xbox does not play 1080, and I remember Xbox saying this as well, and they stated that the new Xbox would play native 1080p. However, I don't know when this changed and all of the sudden the Xbox plays 1080pIt is amazing how company do false adverstisement.
Originally Posted by StandupSumo /t/1420406/xbox-360-connected-using-component-cables#post_23190924
I have a xbox 360 S. In the HDTV settings you can put it on either 1080i or 1080p for games, and it does play them in that full HD res.
Sorry bud you're dumb