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Xbox 360-no audio output

Xbox no sound but all picture is good, connected via HDMI. Tried new cable and different input to tv, still no sound.

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Same problem here. Neither digital nor analog audio output.

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You may need to go into your TV settings and turn on HDMI Audio. If this is not enabled (Typically on HDMI 1) The TV will not ask the 360 for Audio and as such won't pull it.

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