Would a DVI cable make a difference for a 1440x900 resolution on a VGA cable?

Answer VGA's max resolution is 1600x1200. DVI's is 2560x1600. If it only has VGA then 1600x1200 is the max resolution even if you use the adapter. It just makes DVI compatible but not DVI's resolution (th... Read More »

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Cheap hdmi cable or expensive hdmi cable does the quality make a difference?

HDMI is digital. it makes no difference at all.Traditional (S-video, Scart, compnent etc) are analogue, and yes it makes a big difference to get a reasonable (not 100's of pounds but tens) cable.T... Read More »

Whats the difference in connecting my Xbox 360 via component cable and HDMI cable?

Wow - so many wrong answers.As long as the Component cables are rated for the high-def frequencies, they will send full 1080p to your TV and with a name-brand TV you should not be able to see any d... Read More »

What is the difference between a cross over cable&an ethernet cable?

Visually, Ethernet and crossover cables are similar in design, but each has a different use.PurposeAn Ethernet cable connects network devices such as modems with a computer using an Ethernet protoc... Read More »

What's the difference between an HDTV componet cable or hdmi cable?

HDMI is digital with copy protection and 1080p, carries full surround digital audio, and back channel (for control of devices from TV remote), EDID (allows the TV to tell the device what it is capa... Read More »