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No, do they still make and sell them?

Pound Technology's Please login or register to see this link. is the least expensive solution for non-v1.4 Xbox's on Amazon at $29.99 when in stock. They have had a small glitch using the cable with some v1.4 consoles (Focus video encoder).

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I have been using one of these Portta convertors. I'd say it's 99% great. The signal does drop and come back maybe once every few hours for some reason.  It is so rare it doesn't matter but it does happen.

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Unfortunately that HD Link cable above doesn't support output of Dolby Digital or DTS.. The Porrta converter allows me to keep using optical.

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Hi

Modern vintage gamer review's of an hdmi cable for xbox and dreamcast 

 

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