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    Quote Originally Posted by pizzaluvr
    oh, you never said anything about that in the original post, yes... big ones are pretty expensive
    Sorry bout that, I shouldve said something before...

    ...I am going to sound like a moron, but, those component cables work for non HD TVs dont they?

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    i thought you where just talking about hd in general

    and they will if it has component, it will give you a better picture no matter what
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    Thats good news, although Im not really fussed about visual quality, its better to be safe than sorry... thanks

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    If your TV has component ins, get the cables. Even if it isn't HD. And if you do have an HDTV, there is no reason why you shouldn't be getting them.

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    ABC is right. I won't take the time to explain it again, but the OP might want to do a search on component cables.

    'Progressive scan cables', or, component cables, are analog, as well.

    $200 won't get you a 21" LCD - I've looked. If you want an LCD that will put out 480p, the cheapest one is going to run you about $357 (Sanyo 20" LCD EDTV at Wal-Mart). I don't consider anything less than 20" a television capable of gaming, so there are probably cheaper 15" EDTVs, but why bother, eh?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Inspire
    $200 won't get you a 21" LCD - I've looked. If you want an LCD that will put out 480p, the cheapest one is going to run you about $357 (Sanyo 20" LCD EDTV at Wal-Mart). I don't consider anything less than 20" a television capable of gaming, so there are probably cheaper 15" EDTVs, but why bother, eh?
    Bingo. Gaming, especially on a console where size does matter, 20" Is way too weak. And yes, anyone looking about info on component cables, do a search. We have gone VERY in depth on this site about this topic.

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