I have an onboard soundcard and it works great. As long as I don't plug in the xbox controller.
When I plug it in, my audio sound has an anoying noize on it. This stays like that until i restart my computer with the controller unplugged. I've tried to download new audio drivers and other xbox controller drivers but this did not work.
I hope you can give me a quick solution 'cause I've send already mails to xbox support and microsoft who just send me links to eachother.
Same problem here. searching for a solution to this problem is like running around in circles. I'm getting to the point where I'm about to go out and buy a decent sound card and hope it works. If it doesn't I'm going to return this POS and go back to good old Logitech equipment.
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try this. unplug everything (power cord, av cables, wireless adapter, controllers) and take off the hard drive. dont plug anything in for about 1-2 minutes. when the time is up, put the hard drive on first then plug everything else in.
Firstly check the system configuration blade on your Xbox 360 startup screen and check your display settings, if you've got an Xbox Elite/New Premium and have HDMI cable then it should be set as Intermediate/1080i/p settings, if you have the component cables then it should all be set as default.
If that isn't the problem and your games are still loading up with a fuzzy screen then there is either something wrong with the cables in your Xbox or your TV can't handle the graphics that the Xbox is producing and you will have to go into display settings and try setting them as either lower settings or higher settings depending on the TV you have.
It will help if you can provide details to me on your TV too, I'm not as good with TV's as I am Videogame Consoles/PC's but it will help me if I want to solve your queries further.
1) CHange the input cables for Spks, for another with cooper or gold conductivity.
2) clean ends for dust on inputs.
3) try to reconnect the speakers carefully and test sound.
you can figure out when some sound are bad in any connection on this way.
Check your connections to make sure that they are plugged securely into your television, if they are, make sure the selector switch on the cable is set correctly. The last thing that I would do, is to try another video cable. If that one is damaged in any way and taking on some sort of outside noise it would explain the fuzziness. Monster makes a great cable that is heavily shielded and takes on minimal noise from outside devices.
Found a solution! Came here to post it, since I could not find the solution ANYWHERE on the internet...
an Xbox 360 controller or any other Xbox 360 peripheral with 95% of USB
sound cards or headsets will produce HORRIBLE sound input and output. It
sounds like a robot has swallowed and spat back out the waveforms. Even
if the 360 peripheral is removed any USB audio devices plugged in after
the fact will still sound corrupted until a fresh reboot without the
360 peripheral plugged in.
I believe that the problem is somehow linked to the "generic root hub" driver, which hasn't been updated since 2001, thanks M$.
The solution (pick one of 3):
As long as the 360 peripheral is on it's own internal virtual root
hub it will not interfere with other devices. You can force it to use
another root hub by doing ONE of the following: 1) Fill up your usb
ports with other devices till it shifts to using a secondary root hub,
then plug in the 360 peripheral. This could take up to 10 USB things,
depending on your motherboard and the maximum devices on each root hub. 2) Use an extra internal PCI-USB card for the 360 peripheral. 3) Use an extra external USB hub for the 360 peripheral.
NOTE: A reboot is usually required to clear up the driver's confusion.