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XBOX 360 to JVC RX 5060b

I am trying to run my xbox 360 standard red yellow white inputs through my new JVC receiver. When I connect my xbox to the dvd input on the back of my reciever the sound comes through just fine on the dvd channel of the reciever but I am confused how to receive the video input from my xbox 360. Presently my comcast cable box connects straight to my tv and bypasses the amp and my audio from my television then goes back to the amp. Any ideas on how to run my video signal from my xbox through my receiver?

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I had the same problem. You should check to make sure that the switch on the XBox cable is set to HDTV and that you change the resolution on the XBox to 720P/1080i.

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Does your reciver have video ins and outs monitor out u have to send master video out from jvc to tv 1st u know im open for chat

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