Do u have your 360 display settings at 60hz if so the tv might not be compatiable with a 60hz signel go to display setting and drop back to 50 hz and colour may show it self but remember some games wont play in 50hz if this is the case try find a ntsc to pal converter
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make sure that if you have the hd cords plugged in the switch is on hdtv and if the regular cords are plugged in the switch on the a/v cords says tv. make sure the red cord is in the correct socket. if you are using hdmi cord then it needs replacing. also you may find some sucess by changing the output in the xbox settings.
[TV System] Change this setting if the video does not appear correctly. By default, this setting matches the most common setting for TVs in your country. • [PAL] - For a PAL-system TV. (European TVs) • [Multi] - For TV that is compatible with both PAL and NTSC. • [NTSC] - For an NTSC-system TV. (American TVs)
[Picture Setting] Select a predefined set of picture color settings or customize the personal setting. • [Standard] - Original color setting. • [Bright] - Vibrant color setting. • [Soft] - Warm color setting. • [Personal] - Customize the color setting. Set the level of brightness, contrast, tint and color saturation, then press OK
There might be a problem with the jack inserts on the T.V. have you tried wiggling the jacks while there plugging in to the T.V. and also make sure the same cord is securely connected in the back of the console.
X-box can be hooked up to component video. This is for better picture quality. Not all tvs have this option. Most newer tvs do. It uses green, red, blue. Those will give you the video. Then a red and a white give you the audio. Just match up the colors.
I had a similar problem when I first connected my son's xbox using the Audio/Video cable (red, white, & yellow connectors). I connected the cable to the TV correctly, but incorrectly selected "component" as the input on the TV setup. Result was black and white display. Switch your TV input mode to "AV" or "Audio/Video" and you will get color.
FYI, "component" TV mode is only used with devices that use the red, green, & blue connectors.
I had the same problem with my Playstion2. I found that the playstion was givin an NTSC video output but the TV was only for PAL. try it on a TV that is PAL if your gamestation is PAL or on an NTSC tv if its NTSC. Does this help?