Question about Microsoft Xbox 360 Console
Yeah I tried replacing my cables first was the component cable then the HDMI cable. Still got no joy. Then at the suggestion of my local game store friend I called Microsoft and it could be something wrong with the audio/video outputs on the console. At their advisement I sent my console to Microsoft. Hopefully they'll solve the problem.
Try using a different tv or different speakers. i use a audio converter that truns the two audio inputs from the xbox into a standard headphone jack that i hook up to a computers input or a speaker set with a headphone jack with two imputs for a headphone javks
Posted on Sep 29, 2009
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