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OgXBox Diy Component Cables - $25

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Custom DIY Component Cables for OGXbox made from an official Xbox360 set of cables. I do not grantee my work. This was a personal use set and I figured I'd pass them on to the community.
*NOTE* Composite is NOT connected. There is only YPbPr and L/R audio

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