Xbox Picture is Fuzzy, and sound makes picture worse
Hi there! My TV is very old and doesn't have the Audio Video Plugs. So I had to purchase an RF Modulator. When I hooked my Xbox Original Console to the RF Mod., the picture was fuzzy and the sound made the picture jump. I have it set to the right channel and hooked up the right way. So what is it? s it my Xbox, my RF Modulator, or my old GE Television?
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If your TV is HD, you should definitely be connecting the component video cables (green, blue and red) from the 360 to the TV (the 321 will not do video pass-thru from component cables).
-Make sure you have a picture at this point. (TV switched to whichever input you connect the 360 to)
You can get an RCA extension cable for the audio portion (red and white) to connect to the 321 for audio. You could also connect an optical audio cable to the 321. An optical cable must be assigned from the system menu to work..
Let me know if this helps.
i had the same problem, and it was the rf unit itself. to resolve this problem i went to radio shack and purchased a special connecter. one side is an rca (male) to rf (female). when attached to a standard peice of cable wire, it acts as an rf unit. Also works with the sega genesis. hope that helped
Check the AV plugs those are the red white and yellow plugs make sure that the yellow is plugged into the yellow circle on your tv and red to red and white to white, unless your on hdtv. if there plugged in make sure it is on the right channel probably 3 or 4 if those dont work change it to video mode or input mode.
Hello, Are you using a newer flat panel or and older TV? IF you are using a newer TV the picture will never look very good. IF not, did you try working with the RF adapter? Check all connections. If all else fails try to get another RF adapter to see if that helps. I remember this being a bit problematic even when these were new. Wish I had a definite answer for you! Good Luck - Dr. Know