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Is it possible (360 question)...

Grandaddy DeliciousGrandaddy Delicious Registered User
edited June 2010 in Games and Technology
Is it possible to network one xbox 360 to two different TVs in separate rooms? Basically I want to be able to view my videos with Play On through both TVs in separate rooms.

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  • ArrathArrath Registered User regular
    edited June 2010
    You'd have to do some tricky stuff with the video cables. Some plain old Y splitters on each of the component video/audio plugs, and some extenders?

    I have no idea what kind of hell this would play on the signal, though.

    I'm sure there are fancier splitter boxes out there that aren't a horribly jury rigged way of doing it.

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  • FireflashFireflash Montreal, QCRegistered User regular
    edited June 2010
    It's easy to get splitters for RCA cables, if you're on standard def. With component I guess it could work if you had a lot of splitters. I think hdmi splitters exist too but that's probably much more expensive.

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