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Hooking up XBOX 360

I am trying to hook up my XBox 360 via HDMI. I have a Proscan Dual HDMI TV, and have tried both ports but get the same result,No Signal. Any solutions?

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Hi have you tried going into the menu option using the telly controll and switching the hd mode on this should then allow you to use the xbox through hdmi cable

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In short, No. HD only via component.

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