5 The perfect AV centre for standard definitionfranzthestampede | 17/02/2008 | See all franzthestampede's reviews (1)If you have consoles that cannot output high resolution (i.e. anything up to PS2, Game Cube and unmodded PAL Xbox) you should keep displaying them on standard definition televisions or monitors with a 15 khz scan system. Don't feed them to the rubbish rescaler of modern days HDTVs.Anyhow, the Joytech AV Control Centre will allow you to hook up a maximum of 4 devices via either scart (can be RGB), S-video or composite YUV. Each channel also has a TOS-link input for digital audio (which both Xbox and Xbox 360 can output together with analogue video signals). There is absolutely NO loss in the image whatsoever, nor you have interferences between the signals. The device is very simple in operations, it also has a nice remote control. You can really swap between the channels in a split second, useful if you want to compare different display modes and so on. I only wish that, when you are using a scart cable, the sound signal was routed to the RCA white/red outputs of the AV Control Centre. Unluckily this is not part of the design which means that unless you have a scart cable with additional RCA jacks, you cannot route the sound signal elsewhere, you'll have to use the sound system of your TV.Other than this, the product is PERFECT (had it for over 2 years, still working perfectly) and highly recommended.