X-Box Graphics Problems

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  1. brianjkane

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    Hi

    I've just bought a standard Crystal Edition X-Box and have it connected via a GAME Component Cable to my Toshiba 36" CRT.

    Whilst playing Fifa 2005, the screen is very blurry when there is fast movement and the players movement has shadowing.

    I've tried RGB and S-Video inputs however these make no difference and RGB was actually worse.

    Has anyone came across this problem or have any suggestions?

    Thanks
     
  2. inzaman

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    I wonder if this a 100hz TV issue??, try and switch the TV settings back to 50hz or different modes etc.
     
  3. Gary D

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    i've been using my Xbox on 36inch CRT for nearly three years, i would suggest that another cable, maybe the real M$ one.

    Gary
     
  4. brianjkane

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    Guys

    Thanks for your replies. I've got the TV running in 50Hz as I've never really taken to viewing TV at 100Hz.

    I've tried all different options however now wonder if the component lead quality is to blame.

    Any ideas?

    Thanks
     
  5. inzaman

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    The only other thing to suggest is buy an official M$ hi def kit as Garyd has suggested. I used to have a Toshiba 32inch CRT and mine worked perfectly fine on that with no smearing or anything.
     

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