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  • Re: valid input signal has not been detected

    cuartetto: A passive filter, such as the Y splitter, only has hardwire connections. If you connect it to your xbox and then connect to two other devices, it will double terminate the xbox. Each device has a 75 ohm input impedance. An active filter has an amplifier between the input and the outputs. Each output is independent from each other, ...
    Posted to Studio - Capture (Forum) by Dl24G0N on September 4, 2008
  • Re: valid input signal has not been detected

    Marc P.:The Xbox 360 PAL outputs PAL signals in 60Hz. The DVC 100 cannot cope with 60Hz hence the black and white image. Try to set it in 50Hz and try capturing the dashboard, im sure it will come out in colour. This has been an issue with the current Dazzle line up. What you might need is an older generation Platinum Dazzle. The DVC 170 (The ...
    Posted to Studio - Capture (Forum) by Dl24G0N on September 3, 2008
  • Re: valid input signal has not been detected

    *additional info* &nbsp; i found this quite strange, what ive done is: &nbsp; put 1 y-adapter into the television, in the yellow slot. &nbsp;into one side i plugged the yellow socket from the xbox lead, and the white/red lead from the double a/v cable... this works and let me record but in black n white no colour.... strangely enough the ...
    Posted to Studio - Capture (Forum) by Dl24G0N on September 3, 2008
  • using dazzle to record with PAL 60hz TV - solution found!

    ive got this error message on pinnacle studios - a valid input signal has not been detected. please check your wires. i have looked at the faq about this error message&nbsp;and done&nbsp;everything possible&nbsp;on it...but to no avail. &nbsp; i tried 2 different wirings: 1) in the back of the TV i put xbox wires ...
    Posted to Studio - Capture (Forum) by Dl24G0N on September 3, 2008
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