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There may be a issue with the tuner on the set but there is a way around that.
With a cable box with audio/video out jacks connect to the same kind on the rear of the set---go to that input on the set and should see picture and sound---leave set on that input and change/select channels with the box.
As TV and DVD playing reproduces sound, you have to check TVs tuner function first. Connect the TV to external areal by connecting areal via areal socket. Make an auto-tune function. Refer the user manual about how to make an auto-tune to local on-air program. Make sure that, the TV reproduces picture and sound normally. If it is correct, your TV is perfect in all respect. If not, the tuner to your TV should be replaced with same type and number.
I have checked all the connections and replaced all the cables with the highest quality I could buy. I think the problem is in the TV tuner itself. I live in a MDU so I am stuck with a rooftop satellite/master antenna.
I think your TV is in the A-V mode. The X Box is going into the TV through the A-V jacks. (AUDIO/VIDEO).
You should be able to switch the set to tuner mode with the remote. Look for a button labeled input or go into the menu and look for "input".
yes it could ba the cable itself even, but i suspect more the tuner circuit or tuner itself may have bad solder connections. Here is another test for you to try, plug another dvd or vcr, or xbox etc. into the back, using one odf the inputs. See if this works like the built in dvd. if so it will be more likely bad connections in the tuner or surrounding circuit.