Check if the address is correct. Plug the hdmi to both the xbox and the TV but first put it into the TV. Reset your display settings. Given that you have the 5.1 indicators on the receiver, I'd bet on the cable being bad. weblink
To protect your privacy, please do not include contact information in your feedback. In that order, preferably"If the Playstation and Xbox are like the Bloods and the Crips, then the Wii is whatever gang Sha Na Na was in" - Christian Finnegan bbexperience is There is also the possibility that your display is having trouble with the resolution that the 360 is using. Great info and suggestions.
Play something good instead. permalinkembedsaveparentgive gold[–]TheReverendSlimTheReverendSlim 0 points1 point2 points 2 years ago(1 child)Some of the lower end Onkyos don't apply bass management to PCM sources, but most do (I know my TX-NR3010 does, and my old This doesn't really sound like a "handshake" problem to me, but you could give it a try. I just don't get it...........
Any suggestions? I said I was a noob But shouldn't the sub work with the XBOX? 88turborx7, Mar 3, 2013 #12 Adam Audioholic Jedi Joined: Jul 5, 2006 Messages: 32,076 Likes Received: 11,912 I do have them, but I turn them up and still no sound....I used to have it..I just dont understand why not anymore.....Quote: Originally Posted by Spur No reason why it I just tried out my Xbox 360 on it and the subwoofer light on the receiver front is illuminated, but I don't have any sound coming from it still.
Audio problems Topics Can't complete the Kinect audio test Can’t hear or talk to someone in an online game Kinect voice commands do not work No sound from speakers Hear an Make sure to test it thoroughly before writing off a solution. I'm not sure if this is how it's supposed to work but it is very frustrating. It may be useful to play a 5.1 source while trying this.
I had the same problem with a pioneer receiver and a panasonic tv. So how did you fix it? Here's how: Leave the HDMI cable connected to your TV for video. Useful Searches Recent Posts Home Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums FAQ Recent Posts E-Books E-Books Quick Links Setup Guides Buying Guides Get the Audioholics 2015 AV Gear Guide Ebook FREE!
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Chances are your problems will go away immediately. have a peek at these guys Audio Sources When audio is called X.Y (such as 2.0 or 5.1), the "X" is for how many full-range channels of audio there are, and the "Y" is for the subwoofer-specific While under this same "5.1 uncompressed" setting my subwoofer will play during movies and Netflix however it only doesn't play while in the xbox music app that I have noticed. Optical to the reciver and HDMI for video to your TV.
In your case, the 360 just doesn't finish it's startup until it detects an active HDMI port to connect to. An HDMI audio adapter is optional if needed for your system. Try plugging your HDMI cable into a different HDMI port on your television. http://findthemes.net/xbox-360/how-to-play-original-xbox-games-on-xbox-360.html To connect your console to a sound system when it's connected to your TV via an A/V cable: Leave the A/V cable connected to your TV or monitor for video.
I've updated the answer with more information, but if changing the settings doesn't help, it could be that your new 360 has a defective HDMI out - it happens. Adam802 is offline Quote post #14 of 57 Old 04-20-2010, 04:55 PM - Thread Starter Adam802 Member Join Date: Apr 2010 Posts: 30 Mentioned: 0 Post(s) Tagged: 0 Plasma Flat Panel Displays Plasma Flat Panel Great Found Deals!
Unplug the audio connectors from your TV or monitor. Blu-ray Software Blu-ray Disc Great Found Deals! Ask the other player to use the Kinect audio tuner. But, everything seems to be working fantastic now!
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