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- COMPONENT (red blue green for video, red and white for audio
- COMPOSITE (yellow for video, red and white for audio)
So, if your TV is on a "Channel", it is not on the correct input to view the Xbox 360.
Check the Xbox and verify which cables it is using to connect to the TV. When you find this, follow the cable to the back of the TV and find the input selection. It should be listed as the type and a number (i.e. HDMI 2, COMPONENT 1).
Have the Xbox on. Use the TV remote and use either the INPUT or the MENU options to change the input to the input that matches the port that the Xbox is connected to.
This should make the Xbox work.
When you are done with the Xbox, use the INPUT or MENU to change back to the tuner to watch TV.
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.
They are green?!? usualy when people have problems with the xbox 360 hardware, the lights turn red. This xbox 360 may have a birth defect... Best thing to do is call 1800-4my-xbox. Talk to a representative about sending your xbox in, ONLY if you have not voided the warranty. If so, you will most likely have to buy a new xbox or new motherboard for it.
Also try changing your video settings to tv instead of hd, or hd if it is plugged into a hd tv. You might have toggled the HD switch on the video/audio chords.
Are the yellow, red & white cables RCA phono plugs?
Yellow = Video
Red = Right Audio
White = Left Audio (mono)
The red, blue & green cables are for picture only and don't include sound. Have you tried using the red, blue & green for the picture and using the other cable, red & white for just the sound? Don't use the yellow.