Xbox 360 60Hz over-satured and displaced colors (normal TV, non HD).
Games that are 60Hz only for X360 play fine on my TV except for the fact that everything gets a bit oversharpened and some colors are misplaced. For instance while playing Doax2 the blue of the water will show through the skin color of the character models.. Is there a fix for this?
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This is quite a common X360 problem.
Normally laying down my system gets this problem to go away.
If this doesn't work for you, you can change your Xbox through your warranty or you can find someone on www.craigslist.org who will gladly fix your console for a fraction of the price and in a small amount of time.
You have two options, first: change the display settings on your tv so that the xbox screen looks normal. Or change the color display settings in the console settings menu. Play around with the saturation until it looks right to you. Also, make sure to keep electronics off the top of your tv. I've noticed that this can sometime change the color of the screen in certain places. Hope this helps.
It could be as simple as the video cables. Get another set of cables and try it. You can get them pretty cheap on auction sites. IF that dont work then I would say your headed for the 3 red lights or no video problem. If thats the case then check with ms and see if your still under warranty. If not we can help. We are registered repair service on this site. thanks www.videogamerepairservice.com
imma suspect its overheating. beings the fact youve experienced the red ring of death in the past. its either overheating or the hard disk is going bad. unless your using a memory unit. then id point the finger at overheating. the x360 is basically a computer. and when the cpu and gpu overheat or experience harsh temperatures they tend to run sluggish and their performance goes down the **** till they cool down or overheat to the point that the system locks up and crashes/hangs. if you can post more info as much detailed as you can i may be able to more help ya!