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Ma13tt0

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Ok, i recently found out that after 6 years of using a regular composite (the red, white and yellow ones) cable for my xbox that my tv supported component. What im wondering is should i switch to component or stay with the regular ones? The problem is my tv is hdtv, does that make any difference in the quality of the component hook up?
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absolutely go composite over componet.

composite video is at the bottom of the food chain. S-video offers a noticable improvement over composite. Component offers a slight improvement over S-video and then it's only really noticable on large screen TV's that are properly set up. So if you have a hdtv then you will notice a big jump in quality.

also pay attention to the quality of cables you use. won't be a big deal coming from the x box. but if you upgrade to xbox 360 you will get better quailty picture with better cables.
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