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No Sounds when connect XBOX 360 to HD port

Hi I connected my red, green, blue wires to the black adaptor and put in EXTNS 4 port fine. Picture is great. But there is only one hole for the sound in this port, and all I then have is a yellow, white and red cable which I can only put in at the bottom in EXTN 3 so if I run the XBOX 360 on EXTN 4 on the TV I cannot get any sound? Is there another cable I am missing or something. Thanks for any help C

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    Curtis Fogler Nov 12, 2007

    After hooking up my XBOX 360 Elite everything was great, until I switched back to watching to watching cable. At that point I had no sound. I switched back too the HDMI connection , still no sound. Tried my dvd player, still no sound. I then reset the TV back too manufactured setting and it was fine. The tv has done this several times and I have no idea how too fix this, I even went ontoo sharps websight and checked for downloads and updates in firmware, still nothing.......Please help!!!!!

  • Dazmondo Dec 28, 2007

    I have a Sharp LC 32BT8EA Aquos LCD TV and have the Red, Green and Blue jacks plugged into the EXT 4 multipin plug supplied with the 360 and lo and behold, found I had no sound. I then connected the red and white into the EXT3 however still have no sound as you need to have the channel set to EXT 4 to get a picture. I contacted the Sharp helpline and found it to be no use whatsoever. I have also tried altering the settings on both the Xbox and the TV but to no avail. Can anyone help?

  • Anonymous Mar 19, 2008

    no sound when connecting to ext 4 using cables as there is no port for red and white plugs

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  • JammieD Jan 07, 2009

    Yeah my sound will not work when i play in HD on my xbox. :(

    It works when i use the scart slot, but when i put the RGB slot on my tv, the Hd works fine but i do not get any sound. I have tried going to the xbox dashboard and changing the settings, but it did not work. :(

    Do i need a new cable or somthing? or a new sound system?


  • Anonymous Apr 09, 2009

    same thing. No sound in HD. Fix it tho. just put the other red and white(audio) cords next to the HD ones and bam!!! sound

  • Anonymous May 10, 2009

    I have the same problem. Plugged green, blue and red HD cables into HD sockets, the red & white into sound leaving the yellow band unplugged. No sound.

    Frustrating. Picture is great though.

  • jasonwrighti May 15, 2009

    i have the same problem there is 3 ports for the hd but none for the sound connection i tired to do the sound threw the scart lead but still no sound anyone know what to do

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You need to run the white & the red to the aud. input

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You dont have to do anything with the red and yellow cable all you need is the green blue and red blupped into the back and the white cable plugged in next to them i just figured it out.

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There are 6 connections all together and the only 1 that yo dont use is the yellow as the red and white are for sound. i solve this problem by wiring the sound through my stereo

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Next to Ext 4 on the TV there is a mini jack socket saying L/R. You need to buy an adapter cable ( Mine was £4.99 from Maplin) which is mini jack to red and white female RC sockets. Simply plug the mini jack into the tv and the red and white from your xbox hd lead into the other end and bingo!

The yellow plug becomes irrelevant so just leave it hang.

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I have no rgb port to put the cables into to make it hd and have no hdmi port how do i get my hd to work on the television my tele is hd ready
i bought a dvi to hdmi cable and i have a pic but no sound any advice would be warmly welcome

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