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Xbox Picture is Fuzzy, and sound makes picture worse

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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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Your TV. Try it on a friends' TV using the proper cables and whatnot and see if that is the prob. I reckon it would be. Oldarse TV's may not handle the newer signal well..

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