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lt b0ngo

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At the moment i got a CRT 17 with VGA. When the new consoles come out I want to connect my gamecube or xbox up to it. So my question is this, is there a lead to convert scart to VGA?
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when they come out with the new consoles...if they have the ability to connect to a crt then they will start selling cables accordingly
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Ok maybe I didn't ask my question right. I don't want to connect the xbox 360 to the crt I want to connect the first xbox which uses a scart connecting. So is there a lead which turns scart to VGA.
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There is converters for everything however thats not a common thing and im not sure if it would work, Dsntette is right if they are going to be able there will be a cable for that released specifically. But a crt monitor isnt like a television the resolutions and refresh rates are different and the consoles are primarily for television sets. If it had DVI which it might just get a dvi to vga adapter and you are sorted.
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Ok thanks i'll have a look then.
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