Updating xbox 360 hard drive
Connecting an Xbox One to your home theater is simple.The console has an HDMI Out port and comes with an HDMI cable capable of delivering 4K video and all the surround sound goodness the Xbox One can pump out.Simply connect an optical cable from the Xbox One Optical Out port to your gaming headset’s amp or base, and you’ll be able to access the best sound quality with any game or other entertainment that supports Dolby audio.Once you’ve connected your Xbox One to your receiver or gaming headset’s optical input, go into the Xbox One settings for “Display & sound” and choose “Optical audio,” select “Bitstream out,” and then set the “Bitstream format” to “Dolby Digital.” The last step to getting fantastic sound is to choose the right entertainment sources.Connect the HDMI cable to your A/V receiver, and you’re good to go.(Many receivers won’t have a port specifically labeled for a game console—just use any spare HDMI input.) Are all the HDMI ports on your receiver already occupied?
- Emulation Station: Frontend for sorting and launching all of your games.
You can create an sd image of your current sd card with win32diskimager (if you're on windows) Note: images created this way can only be written to a micro SD card of the EXACT same size or bigger.
As an example you may not be able to write an image of a 64GB micro SD onto another 64GB card.
Make sure you choose the version of your movie or TV show that’s labeled for surround sound. And don’t forget that your favorite television events—the Oscarsgames, and the Olympics™, to name just a few examples—are broadcast in surround sound.
Once you’ve finished these simple steps, you’ll have an entertainment powerhouse that delivers sound that’s just as great as its images.
- Retro Pie Menu: Menu in emulationstation for simpler configuration of your system.