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Your picture is small, but it looks like you've got available HDMI jacks on it. if so, connect and HDMI cable between the Xbox360 and you're done! High Def video and audio will be sent to the TV when you select the input that matches the one you've connected the Xbox360 to. More details linked below:
Hi, VCR video signal wont come out from Component Video Out of combo unit, it is low resolution signal so you need to hook yellow-red-white video cable in tv for VCR output. Make sure to select VCR as source in combo while playback of VHS tape and select DVD as source when playing dvd disc in combo. Hope these info will help you. Let me know if you have additional question. Thanks.
Do you have the audio plugs in the proper spot? The red & white audio plugs from the PS 2 need to be plugged into the audio in jacks on the portable dvd player in order to get sound. Should match up red to red; white to white for sound, yellow to yellow for video. Hope this helps.
Sounds like it may be a bad linking cable or connection. Make sure you have cables inserted firmly and correctly. If possible, hook main unit to TV to be sure you are getting proper Video/Audio output.
You can get the RF adaptor from microsoft, but you cant connect the Xbox directly to any recording device, it is some kind of coppyright protection thing microsoft put in every game system. you cvould also try getting a $20 video switcher from walmart if You dont want to mess around with more cables
I also shipped in my xbox 360 into microsoft and they told me that they have such a high demand for the 360 that they needed to have 3 different manufacturers handle their dvd rom drive assembly.....the rep told me that it seems to be that one of the companies who mad the dvd drives isnt up to par with the requirement of the system....so theoretically if 3 million copies of the xbox 360 were made...and 1 out of the 3 companies messed up (1/3) 1 million xbox 360's should be malfunctioning....a HUGE problem....i sent my in before the masses and then there is no telling how long it would take so my suggestion is to send it now dont wait to see "if" they could solve it some other way just spend the week or 2 with out your precious xbox to ensure its working condition because they can only fix it before your 90 day warranty runs out.....