When i play the game for the xbox 360: Rockband, there's a delay when i hit the drums or sing and when i hear it on the t.v. I have contacted the game developpers, and i have done everything they told me, and it still doesn't work so then they told me it's maybe a problem with my television.
So are you aware of any problem with the game rockband and my t.v.
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If the buttons that you have are 1, 2, A, B, then you have the Rockband drums for Wii (the ones for Xbox have X, Y, A, B). You don't need a microphone to play Rockband, you just need to have a Wii remote on when you start the game. That should get rid of the pesky "Can't Detect Microphone" message and let you get to the main game screen to play the rest of the game. Have fun!
AS long as the drum set and guitar is made for rockband it should work fine. before you turn on your 360, connect the drumset (and guitar if it not wireless) If it's wireless, press the green x on guitar and wait for 360 to turn on. Then press the sync buttons on the guitar, drumset (if there) and on 360. Hope this works
You need to sync the guitar to his console, just like a regular controller.
There's a sync button on the console, and the controller. Press them both at the same time, and give it a minute. That'll pair the console up with the guitar, and it'll work after that.
to sync: hit the sync button on the drum set and the xbox at the same time, you may have to hold the one on the set.
other problem: make sure you have good batteries in it, make sure the set is synced with the television, go into the freeplay mode under the drum trainer and do a drum roll on your yellow pad- if it skips some notes you either have to deal with the bad pads or you can send it in or get a new set all in all
I would try the XBox on another TV set of a different and higher end model to verify. If it works okay, then you know for sure it is your TV set.
It is possible that the model of TV you have is a little slow in processing the video. In digital processing there is memory usage and a lot of processing going on. I have seen more of video sync delay problems in the lower end type TV sets.