VEDUSA ADVANCED HIGH DEFINITION PACK FOR THE XBOX
Vedusa borrows its name from Medusa, the eight headed epic creature in the Greek mythology. It is a plug&play advanced High Definition Pack for the original XBOX console. It's compatible with all the XBOX revisions from every region. It allows connecting your console easily to the modern HD TVs or PC monitors. It has both VGA (RGBHV+RGBS) and Component(YPbPr) outputs as well as analog and digital audio outputs for maximum compatibility. It's a 1:1 transcoder, not an upscaler, so it outputs what it's fed, from 480i to 1080p. It can output pure digital audio(direct from the console's SPDIF out) Coax or TOSLINK optical outputs or analog stereo audio via RCA jacks, so you can hear the sounds which you have never before and enjoy more from your console. Also it can be used in a dual display setup by connecting VGA and Component cables simultaneously, so you can play, record and stream at the same time, thanks to a built-in special video amplifier. This feature differentiates it from the other solutions. It also features a very high quality,10cm/3,93inch, detachable, individually shielded, 75 ohm coaxial cable to ensure a losses audio and video transmission.
Handmade using high quality imported components. Every component is tested multiple times and chosen carefully for its longevity.
VGA(RGBHV or RGBS, selectable with a switch), YPbPr outputs
Pure Digital audio (direct from the console's SPDIF out) through COAX(yellow RCA) and TOSLINK, analog audio through stereo RCA jacks(Red/White).
480i, 576i, 480p, 720p, 1080i modes supported
MONO, STEREO, DOLBY SURROUND, DTS, DOLBY DIGITAL
*Although 480i/576i component video is supported by the VEDUSA, most PC displays / monitors may not handle it. Typically, only 480p, 576p, 720p, and 1080i/1080p are within the displayable range of these monitors.
As these consoles are older than 20 years, their VRM capacitors are aged and leaked most of the time. So they should be replaced with the equivalent ones urgently in order to function without any issues. If you experience glitches, noises or diagonal lines on the video, it's a consequence of this problem. Please watch the following video as it's explained briefly there: