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Xbox 360 is making audio but no video is hooked up to tv that worked just fine with reg. xbox?

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Are you sure that the yellow cord in hooked up into the yellow socket in your tv? it has yellow red and white all beside eachother!

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How should I hook up my xbox to the back of the television using the red, white, and yellow wires? It is hooked up but I am not getting any audio. Thank you.


First make sure your video cable is set to TV not HDTV

Then plug the 3 RCA cables into the color coded slots on the TV. Make sure you aren't using the red cable from the component RGB but are using the red cable for sound (next to the white one).

Then, if you still have no picture, start the console using the controllers Xbox button and hold "Y" and "RT" until the console restarts. this will reset the video settings on the 360 to default.

Follow this guide if you get confused:
http://support.xbox.com/en-us/pages/xbox-360/how-to/audio-video-devices/connect-xbox-360-console-tv.aspx

and for the video reset about halfway down the page:
http://support.xbox.com/en-us/Pages/xbox-360/troubleshoot/xbox-360-top-issues/tv-or-monitor-screen-is-blank-while-connected.aspx

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make sure all your cables are hooked up in the corresponding ports, and also make sure that you have the video/audio output cord switched to the right setting for your tv (HDTV/ regular)

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I plugged in my Xbox 360 and then i moved it to a different wall then put it back to the original place it was in the beginning now the sound cant work


Check the audio/video cable. Make sure it's securely in the back of the TV and console. If you still have the same problem, hook your xbox up to another TV on which you know the sound input works. If the problem persists, you no know that it's not the TV but the xbox. You could purchase a new audio/video cable from somewhere like Best Buy. If the new AV cable didn't work, you could take it back to the store and then give Microsoft a call at 1-800-4MYXBOX. Good Luck!

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Make sure you change the video settings on the 360 as well. If that don't work try using another hdmi cable.

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alright. make sure that your red, green and blue are all plugged in properly and that your audio plugs are also in there correct plugs. i think audio is red and yellow. correct me if im mistaken

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Hook them all to the tv and with audio out from the tv run that to the bose 321.

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I have the HT-S3100 model, and hooked up my tv, xbox360, and Wii to it. The audio works for all three, but the only video I can get is for the xbox. I am using the component hookup and it is hooked up...


On all tv's there should be independent input for all devices. Xbox 360 ,Wii, and tv. Take a look at input at the back of tv. The Xbox input should coincide audio/video. The same with each device. Then you use the tv's remote to select the input for each device. They should all work independently from each other. Such as component 1 for Xbox, component 2 for Wii, and depending on what type of tv input you use, such as coaxial, RCA, you note and put tv input setting on the device that you are going to use. If you have the audio working on each device, check the video input for each device. Make sure they correspond.

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When i connect my 360 to my tv i only get sound and a flashing screen. why?


Maybe it's a bad video port on your TV. Try hooking it up on another video port on the TV. I've had this same problem because the front video port on my TV was bad. I hooked it up in the back port of the TV and it worked.

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Tv video blows when xbox 360 plugged to electric


make certain that you have both the XBOX and TV connected to the same AC ground.

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