Question about connecting 360 to Monitor

Discussion in 'Console Industry' started by barnak, Nov 7, 2006.

  1. barnak

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    Ok so I bought a VGA cable online. Which to find out both my monitor and the cable are both males. Is there any thing I can buy to connect them together?
     
  2. Dr. Meaty

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    The 360 VGA cable comes with the little adapter you need, but I'm sure you could get the same thing at Radioshack, etc.
     
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    Just wondering, where would be the best place to get one? My TV is out of service, and I'm kinda low on $$ at the moment.
     
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    i bought mine used at EBgames. it was about $10, compared to $40 new, but it didn't come with the gender changer. that didn't matter to me because my 21" CRTs have removeable cables (and thus have female ports in the back) and i already have a gender changer. i can say, i went hunting for a gender changer for a friend, and they were hard to come by. even the local computer shops didn't have them, and they told me that people never even come looking for them.
     
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