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Now this can be caused by one of two things,
1. The settings on you TV are not set up correctly, Depending on your TV, the audio settings in the menu may have an option for "equalizer" or "sound mode" your best bet would be to have a play around with these settings whilst playing constant music etc.
2. The connection between your xbox and your TV are not propally connected, remove the cabling and blow any dust away and reinsert the cables.
One way you can test whether its your xbox or yout TV, could be to try the console on another television setup.
Good Luck!!

Posted on Nov 09, 2010

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