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Author Topic: Absolutely Stumped Over Interference Lines On Xbmc With Component Cabl  (Read 156 times)

black232mustang

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http://www.youtube.c...xmslzBuqdnOtrud
You can see it start as soon as XBMC loads.  The video doesnt quite do justice to how bad it looks in person.

I'm pretty much at a loss here.  I have 3 HDTV's that I've tested this on, one a 720p native LCD, one a 1080i native plasma, and the last one a 1080p native plasma.  The xbox is hooked up with an ebay R/G/B component cable.  On the 720p and 1080p native TV's, I have no problems whatsoever.  On the 1080i TV, I get the interference lines as soon as XBMC (or essentially any program on the xbox with an HD signal) starts up.  I have tested this on all video modes available in XBMC (480p/720p/1080i) and the lines show up on all of the HD settings.  If I set XBMC to output on one of the SD modes with the component cable it's fine; it's only when it's outputting an HD signal that I get the lines.

The first thing I noticed is that I could affect the interference lines by moving cables behind the TV across one another.  So for my first test I unhooked everything near the TV and moved it out of the room. Still have the lines with only the xbox hooked up to the TV.  I also had both the TV and xbox hooked up directly to the wall outlet just incase it was my surge protector acting up (it wasnt).

The 1080i TV has 2 component-in's, both of which suffer from the interference lines.  However, I didn't have a problem with interference whatsoever with the other component devices that are normally hooked up (cable box/Xbox 360).  It's only with this particular xbox component cable that I get the lines.  The only thing that has me stumped is that the exact same cable will work perfectly fine on 2 other TV's.

I'm tempted to just buy another component cable but I don't see it being an issue since it works fine on my other TV's.  I also can't see it being an issue with the TV since my other component cable devices work perfectly fine on it.

Like I said, I'm stumped.  Any ideas?




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xboxmods2977

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Absolutely Stumped Over Interference Lines On Xbmc With Component Cabl
« Reply #1 on: March 06, 2012, 03:24:31 AM »


I got nothing really. All I can suggest is to try getting your hands on an official M$ component cable (HD pack or whatever).




Edited by xboxmods2977, 06 March 2012 - 12:25 PM.


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