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  1. Drew7997

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    Do they make a device that I can hook up my PS2 or other composite/componet sources to my 20" viewable LCD monitor? I've done some looking around but found nothing, just seeing if you all know of something.
     
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    Ok, now a new device= I have a Dazzle 150* video capture device- external.
    My buddy is looking for one better- what's out there?
    I like my 150 but it does have a problem with streeking the lines when moving fast.
     
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    anybody?
     
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    does it streak?
    I have a video online from Socom 3- you can see the streaking in it. there is 1 section of the video when a guy is using a pump action 12guage and I was running wireless connection to the desktop, anyway that's about halfway through, I know that wasn't the device but rather my wireless laptop issue.that's why I went hardwired. gotta find the link
    you have a video online I can see?.
     
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    Yes Hardwired is the best when doing stuff like this and with electronics of this nature you get what you pay for.......and both of these units Dassle and Ads Dvd Express Dx2 are not top of the line products but I found Ads Dvd Express Dx2 to be better quality with less problems.

    Cables play a major part in the equation so get real good ones......I had some issues sometimes but got top of the line cables and the issues went away.
     
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    What is a "high end" model, I think I'll grab this ADS if the highend or middle of the road is tooooo much. I'll use it alot so qualtiy is key- not price.
     
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