hi guys can any one tell me how much difference there is in xbox360 hd and not hd as im really interested it seems all the magazines that rate these xbox360 games are playing on hdtvs and in all honesty im from the uk and i dont think many of us uk folk are gonna have a hdtv so we will be stuck with the old crt but does the 360 still look good on this when games are played or does it jus look like a normal xbox plays on screen
HDTV or not the 360 looks sweet and is definately worth the upgrade from the old xbox in my opinion. But, if you want to get the most out of your gaming experience HDTV is the way to go because it makes it look even more vibrant and more real. But if and hdtv is still not an option, I would still get the 360. Afterall, it's looking like the revolution wont support 1080i so that just shows the next gen consoles will still look good on sdtv's.
Im pulling my hair out with this! I've bought myself a 32inch philips hd tv the only problem is i only have a dvi-i input and my x-box 360 does not support this. I bought a dvi-i to RCG converter but now i have a brilliant picture but no sound. I've hooked up all cables (yellow and white) audio and (red green blue) for the picture. Ive also changed the setup programs on the console in relation to HD and audio.
Jake, I know this is a month and a half late, but check the end of your video connector that actually plugs into your 360. There is a switch that is easily changed when plugging it in. It has two setting (HDTV and TV). Make sure it's in the right position.
Scott, Yellow and white are not for audio (yellow is for composite video). Audio is red and white, along with your r,g,b (component).
Hi The arcade games that came with my Xbox 360 premium ( Outpost Kaloki X and Wik: Fable of Souls) well i deleted them off my hard drive when i was doing a clear out but then realised that i actually wanted the games. Is there anyway to get the back, i have tried to see if there was a "download again" option on the games but there was not one there so any help would be appreciated.