I have bought a X60 six years ago. And I'm bordering nervous breakdown with this.
As I find X360 games boring as hell generally, I think I have around 4-5 hours of playtime per month. On average.
I would not complain, if there was not maddening issues when I do try to play a game.
I fired last week my X360 for the first time since november (this is the fourth one, the one I had basically bought for Halo IV)
I had my share of issues with this wonderful console-I kinda think that consoles scrathing disks or burning or deleting data is a bit hard to swallow when the console coult not even last a full game-but I never imagined that switching TVs was enough to break them.
In addition to FFXIII-2 being about as fun as watching an informercial, my X360 (that have, rememeber at top 100 hours of gametime and I bought it in 2011...) now have horrendous sound issues, a scratching sound when I play games (but not DVDs, for some reason)
I spent only tonight 6-7 hours trying to fix this issue. I bought new HDMI cable. The TV is a brand new Toshiba model from Best Buy. I tried every single suggestion on forums
What the hell I'm supposed to do ? Buy a sixth X-BOX to play Tomb Raider ?
Oh, and before you call me a retard : the console never move and is in a ventilated place.