360 hdmi thru XBone???

#1nismosisPosted 11/23/2013 2:54:49 PM
Can somebody tell me how exactly this would function? Could I snap the 360? Is the 360 on when the one is on? Is there any point or just keep em separate? Thanks
#2BrownGottiPosted 11/23/2013 2:56:33 PM
You could but it would be pointless.
#3leftwich7Posted 11/23/2013 3:06:03 PM
A waste of electricity and pointless. Until they improve the TV integration the whole HDMI In is pointless.
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#4crynryanPosted 11/23/2013 3:10:54 PM
Xbone does some processing with the HDMI-In stuff, so you'll have some input delay.
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#5nismosis(Topic Creator)Posted 11/24/2013 1:42:52 PM
Cool. Thanks for the replies
#6briantwPosted 11/24/2013 1:45:43 PM
nismosis posted...
Can somebody tell me how exactly this would function? Could I snap the 360? Is the 360 on when the one is on? Is there any point or just keep em separate? Thanks


You'd have to switch the 360 on separately, as there's no way for the One to turn the 360 on for you. You'd also always have to have the One on when you wanted to play the 360, which as others have noted is basically pointless. Plus, there is supposedly an input delay, which is basically a no-go for gaming.

So it's definitely possible if your 360 supports HDMI output, just pointless.
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#7FusionCPosted 11/24/2013 1:49:38 PM
crynryan posted...
Xbone does some processing with the HDMI-In stuff, so you'll have some input delay.


This is 100% untrue. I had my X360 hooked up to my XB1 so I can snap and party chat with my friends still on the X360 and there was no delay. Just say Snap TV and it came right up.
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