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Static during Gameplay!

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.

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  • Anonymous May 11, 2010

    if you sent your console in to /\/\!(r0$0|=7 then why are you posting it here? another solution would be check your t.v., mine has alot of static during very bright screens in games, yet rarely when watching silly shows. try turning your Brightness and Contrast down next time, maby save your self the cost of sending it back.

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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

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