Connecting an Xbox 360 to a computer monitor ( BONUS! HOOKING IT UP TO THE INTERNET, THROUGH YOUR PC!)

 Ok, I know that a lot of this stuff is frustrating, and it took me forever to do, because I was figuring it out on my own, BUT, you guys got lucky, because I just make this stuff look easy.

 - Hook up your Xbox 360 to a computer monitor
 - Get the speakers to actually play
 - Hook your Xbox 360 to the internet, through your computer! (basically, wirelessly, but without having     to pay $100 for an adapter)
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Step 1: First Things First


Ok guys, I'm really sorry to say this, but, there are a few things you NEED to buy to do this instructable, and, they don't come cheap.

- Xbox VGA Cables. You can find them at Gamestop or EB games from $29-49. I recommend           going with the $29 ones.
             (ALSO! You can get them from Radioshack as well, for only $20, but, they're online only)
- Speaker with a 3.5 mm input. Ok, technically, you don't need this, but its a hell of a lot easier than   finding an adapter. A clock radio that can accept an MP3 player works fine, and as you can see       from the picture, Thats what I used

- A computer with a wireless internet connection (Because, if your router is that close, do you really   need to hook up your 360 wirelessly?)

Step 2: Simple Part (Hooking up to the computer monitor)

Go buy the cable. Its honestly the easiest thing in the world to plug it in once you have them. 

Step 3: Less easy part (Hooking up to the speakers)

Picture of Less easy part (Hooking up to the speakers)
 Ok, the cable comes with an adapter that will allow you to plug in the Left and Right component audio cables, and it comes out as a male 3.5 mm plug. So, what you're gonna want to do, is find anything that you can plug your MP3 player into, and put it in there. I find that a clock stereo thing works best, you can get one from 5 Below, or Target, or Walmart, for really cheap, and normally they work well.