I have a Xbox 360 and everything is fine. i had an HD cable, but i can't find it. However i tried the red, green, blue cables and the picture is really good...but one thing, there's no sound to it. I don't know what is wrong, nor do i know how i would fix this. So far i have been using the yellow, red, and white cables. So i want to know what i could do to fix this?
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Re: picture is fine, but the sound won't work
Are the yellow, red & white cables RCA phono plugs?
Yellow = Video
Red = Right Audio
White = Left Audio (mono)
The red, blue & green cables are for picture only and don't include sound. Have you tried using the red, blue & green for the picture and using the other cable, red & white for just the sound? Don't use the yellow.
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Look like ur Xbox 360 AV RCA cables is not making contact to the input board very well.Take some rubing achahol cleans the all those input holes,take the RCA AV connections make couples twises to the red,yellow and white,will help.Make contact with ur input board it should work.
1) Connect the red, white & yellow audio leads in to the 360 scart adapter and then plug this in to the scart socket on the tv
2) change the xbox 360 selector at the back of the console from HD to TV
2) Select the input of scart on the tv
If you have a HDTV then you need to change the resolution to 720i or 720p to support the XBox 360 HD video. If you have a standard TV (non-HD) then you'll need to change your XBox 360's video settings to non-HD. The problem sounds like your mixing up HD video signal. I really need more info about your TV. Is it HD? Or regular?
Sounds like you may have something generating interference, such as a bad cable shield on maybe a ground connection inside your tv. You might try moving the cables while watching the
screen and see if the pattern changes.
Double pictures on a screen can be caused by "ghosts", which means that you're getting two signals--- one slightly behind the other.
Anything oscillating generating a radio frequency may radiate into your circuits causing this strange problem.