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Jvc lt-32c50bj i cant get any sound when i plug my xbox into the hd plugs, green/blue/red, tryed most things ,perfect picture.

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The green,blue,red hd plugs are for video only. you'll never get sound to produce out of a video line. audio comes from left and right which usually is white and red. it's always marked above or below the jack input.


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