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Xbox 360 picture problem

I have recently purchased a new hd tv the picture seems very dark and has a green tinge to the colour, I have tried changing the settings on the tv but to no avail, Xbox seemed ok on previous crt tv but has this problem got anything to do with last online update?
Also there seems to be a buzz when screen frames change when playing a dvd.
The tv is fine on its own and standalone dvd player also works fine.
What have I done wrong if anything i.e setup!

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