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    Reviews Review: XCM Multi-Console Component Cable v2

    XCM Multi-Console Component Cable v2
    Manufacturer: XCM
    Site: Buy from Play-Asia / Buy from Divineo US / Buy from Divineo China
    Price: $22.99

    Overview : XCM Multi-Console Component Cable V2 (PS2, PS3, Wii, Xbox 360). Not compatible with Xbox 1.

    Features :
    • Fully Compatible with Xbox 360™, Wii™, PS3™ , PS2™ and any TV system.
    • Support Component Signal (Stereo Function)
    • Support AV Signal (Stereo Function)
    • High Quality and High Speed for Transfer Signal.
    • Support Dolby Prologic.
    • Support DTS 5.1 Channel System.
    • Support DOLBY Digital and Surround Sound
    • Support Stereo Sound
    • Support Optical Signal (Xbox 360)
    • Compatible with Surround Receiver or Integrated Amplifier
    • Support CRT, Plasma, LCD or any HDTV System
    • Support D2 (480i/480p); (720i/720p) & D4 (1080i/1080p) technology.


    Quality/Usability : XCM has released their multi-console component cable that supports Xbox360, Wii, PS2 and PS3. This is pretty much an all-in-one cable for your whole entire entertainment center. Like always, XCM impresses us with their quality of products.

    There are three plugs for your console: Xbox360, Wii, PS2/PS3. On the other end are the AV inputs that connect to your TV. On the "switcher" itself, you have four switches: 360HD, 360 Y/Pb/Pr, Wii and PS2/PS3. Of course, which ever system you are playing, you'll have to switch to that system. For those that dont know, 360 Y/Pb/Pr is like a standard component cable.

    The visual quality of each system is pretty good. I didnt notice much of a difference between this cable or the standalone component cable that you purchase separately for each system. When switching to a difference system, there is a 2-3 second delay.

    The cable itself is fairly long so you dont have to worry about having the systems close to the TV but you will have to have your systems near each other in order for the cable to reach each console.

    Conclusion : Overall, the XCM PS2/PS3/Wii/Xbox360 Multi-Console Component Cable is a neat product. Those looking to cut down on cables may want to look into this. It would have been nice if XCM had added a few inches more to the console cables so that the systems dont have to be so close to each other and for those who put their systems into entertainment centers. It would have been also nice if the 360HD and 360 Y/Pb/Pr had swapped places.

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