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Apple Cinema display to xBox 360

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Is there a way I can hook u my Apple Cinema Display, with and ADC, not DVI connector, to an xBox 360? I'd love to not have to buy a new TV, as my current one is older than I am.
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I'm going to have to say no on this one. The output (HDMI and/or component) of the 360 isn't designed for the connection ports on the Apple Cinema Display plus there's issue of getting sound.

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