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Dont know where to plug the cables in on my tv

I have just bought a premium xbox 360 and i was playing on it on a hd tv downstairs but then i moved it to my room but i have a old tv and i dont know where to put then cables for the xbox in th tv

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Depending on how old the TV is, you may have to resort to using the composite plugs (red, white, yellow) plugs instead of the HDMI or component plugs as used with newer hdtv's. Your XBOX should have these cords or adapters available within the packaging. Just double check that you have these in the back of your TV.

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