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Im not getting a HD through my component cables

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  • John Byse
    John Byse May 11, 2010

    what type of equipment are you connecting? What cables are you using? MM85

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Im using my xbox 360 trying to get it to 720P through component cables but i get a black screen with sound although my ps3 is hooked up through HDMI on 720p without a problem

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