Hi I have plugged the red blue and green in my HD tv ad understand that I need to put audio in (red and white) but I have no more holes in my telly!! I have tried putting them in the scart but no joy, I have got one hole that is audio but it is a different size, what am I doing wrong, the tv is only 6mths old thank you
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Re: no sound but picture
Red ring is not the only problem with Microsoft Xbox 360. This amazing
device also has some more common problems like Audio but no video
problem, disc read error etc. Microsoft is providing extended warranty
only for red ring problem. Means you will have to spend some money to
get this problem repaired also if you plan to send your xbox to
Microsoft, you will have to wait for 3-4 weeks to get back your
favourite Xbox. There is one more option in the form of DIY guide, this guide explains solving No Video problem with step by step instruction, so any novice can fix this problem.
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Re: no sound but picture
You have several ways to receive the audio signal. >Your HD tv should have inputs for DTS or HDMI The HDMI transfers all signals audio and video with on cable The DTS replaces the white/red audio. The xbox as this cables or you can buy them If you have the RED/White on your tv and you do not have enough connections.. The you can buy a (Y-Splitter Cable) They are cheap!
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your cable is split into two different connections for your tv... the red green and blue cables are for HD only. They are their own little set. the yellow cable is your video cable for normal tv's. the red and white cables are sound cables, also for normal tv's. I would unplug the red, green, and blue cables, and use the yellow, red (right sound), and white (left sound).
Every xbox comes with the HD av cords. However they are not only the standard red, white, and yellow. But they also come with green, blue, and red av cords. These are the HD cords.Your HD tv should have green, blue, and red outlets on the back of the tv. It also has a another red and white outlet under it. So you have to take the HD cords and plug them into the appropriate outlets and then take the red and white cords from the other set of avs and plug them in right under those cords so you will have sound when you turn your xbox on. On my tv the red and white outlet is right under the HD outlet. But your tv may be different. And make sure that the "box" on the cord that reads either TV or HDTV is flicked toward HDTV.
Plug in the Yellow A/V connection to your TV's Video input. or if you have the HD cable you have to have the Green, Blue, Red, pluged in to get video, and then the White and Red for the Audio. (HD cable will not work at all on a A/V input on a TV.) HD cables have 2 red plugs, 1 is for audio, and the other is for video, they should be labeled to tell you what one is what, but if they are not, if you flaten the cords, the Audo White plug will separate the 2 reds, and the one that is between the White and either the Green or Blue plug is the other video.
If thats not it, I couldnt tell you, unless you have a bad connection on the back of your 360, or just a bad xbox.
what you do is plug in the HD cables as you previously stated and then place the red and white cords where you would normally put then like when you plug in a dvd player or the place you normally would plug in the red and white cables.
Your LCD TV should have one of the following types of inputs:
Composite. This is usually a yellow jack, along with red and white jacks for audio. If your TV has these, which it should, then the cable that comes with the Wii will plug directly into these jacks. Plug the yellow to the yellow jack, the red to the red jack, and the white to the white jack.
S-Video. This is a flat black jack. There are four little holes, and one "flat" rectagular hole. There should also be a red and white jack that go along with this for audio. In order to connect to this input, you will need to purchase an S-Video output cable for the Wii. Most stores that sell Wiis will sell a third-party cable for this. This connection will give you a significantly better picture than Composite. S-Video does not carry audio, so you still need to plug the red plug into the red jack and the white plug into the white jack or you'll get only video and no audio!
Component video. This is a triplet of Red, Green and Blue jacks. There is usually a set of red and white jacks along with them for audio again. This connection will give you the best picture, and you can set your Wii to EDTV (Progressive) mode. To connect to this input, you will need to get the Wii Component Video cable. Most stores that sell Wiis will either sell the official Nintendo one, or a third-party cable. Connect the red plug to the red jack, the green plug to the green jack, and the blue plug to the blue jack. Also connect the red audio plug to the red audio jack and the white audio plug to the white audio jack. Be careful not to get the red audio plug confused with the red video plug! If you see a picture, but the colors are wrong, then you either swapped the red and blue, or you connected the red audio plug instead of the red video plug.
Depending on the type of Tv you have look for the Red Blue and Green RCA Compsite jacks on the back and the Left and Right Audio Which are Red & White Plug them in and Check the connection by turning th 360 plug to HD (near the console) and turn it the Tv and 360 on (make sure the Tv is on the right input) and that should do it.