Re: I am Unable to connect my Aduio cables from the xbox...
1) Connect the red, white & yellow audio leads in to the 360 scart adapter and then plug this in to the scart socket on the tv
2) change the xbox 360 selector at the back of the console from HD to TV
2) Select the input of scart on the tv
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This TV has composite and S-video inputs (limiting you to SD outputs from the XBOX). Since the XBOX 360 only has an HDMI output, you will need the XBOX to composite AV cable. (There is also an XBOX to S-video cable.) This adapter is sold separately from the XBOX. Buy.com has the composite video cable for $8 plus shipping here: http://www.buy.com/pr/product.aspx?sku=222079854&sellerid=18395415 . It will be more expensive at any retail electronics store.
You can give any video input to your Apex TV. Component input must be connected ot its DVD in sockets at its rear panel according to the markings[Cr, Cb, Y] from the source device. Audio must be connected to appropriate audio in sockets, and select the input to TV respectively. OK.
You need to set XBox resolution to 480i. That is the only resolution it supports, if it can supp rt that. The Component connection is intended for a DVD player and not necessarily game consoles as it only support 500 lines per second.
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When you try to program what??? usually you connect the XBOX OUTPUT to the same INPUT on the TV (RF ch 4 or 3), (RCA) yellow, white, red connectors or the RGB connectors, and for some newer 360 boxes you have the HDMI connector, it has nothing to do with the COMCAST CABLE unit... it is just a matter of having the correct cable/connections and the correct input set on the TV...
no, there's no firmware upgrade that you can do on the tv. the reason for that is because you are sending digital sound to the tv with hdmi from xbox 360,and when you have rca cables connecting your tv and surround sound, the rca cables provide stereo sound. what you need to do if you want to use hdmi is connect optical cable from tv orxbox 360/ or tv to your surround sound to get digital sound, and it will sound better digital sound.
Hi, Not sure whether you are kidding or not. You don't mention the tv model so I will try to help using a KV-32FS100 as an example. You really only have 2 choices assuming you have a current model xbox 360. The component cable that comes with the xbox has 6 connectors, a green, blue, red, yellow on one part and a white and red on the other part. On the back of the tv below and to the right of the s video connector are inputs labeled Y, Pb and Pr and are colored Y is green Pb is Blue and Pr is red if they aren't colored that is the correct order. Don't connect the yellow to anything. The red and white on the other part of the cable go directly to the right of these connections. It will say audio and L and R they should also be colored but if not white is L and red is R. There is also a small switch at the xbox end of the cablewhich you need to slide to HDTV. Once you are powered up don't forget to enter the setup menu on the xbox and select the settings for your tv. Again without knowing the model most wega tvs limit the component input to 480p which was the limit of a dvd. I hope this is helps.
Hi there are you using the XBOX 1st or the 360 The supplied cable that comes with the xbox is a RCA and Should have a S-Video too Just connect and make sure that the TV is set to VIDEO 1 That is were you wil connect you XBOX
If you have a HDTV then you need to change the resolution to 720i or 720p to support the XBox 360 HD video. If you have a standard TV (non-HD) then you'll need to change your XBox 360's video settings to non-HD. The problem sounds like your mixing up HD video signal. I really need more info about your TV. Is it HD? Or regular?
Sounds like you may have something generating interference, such as a bad cable shield on maybe a ground connection inside your tv. You might try moving the cables while watching the
screen and see if the pattern changes.
Double pictures on a screen can be caused by "ghosts", which means that you're getting two signals--- one slightly behind the other.
Anything oscillating generating a radio frequency may radiate into your circuits causing this strange problem.