Help me connect my 360 to a new TV?

We have a new Panasonic flat-screen TV, and I'm connecting all our various gadgets and consoles to it. The 360 had been connected to our old tv's component inputs via the Xbox 360 Component HD AV Cable. However, when I try to use that cable to connect to the new TV, the screen looks like this:

The correct source is selected on the TV. If I connect via HDMI and choose that as the source, it looks great. However, I need to use the component cable if possible because of the video capture device I use with the 360.

Any ideas? Is this component cable with the 360 incompatible with newer TVs?

 

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Last updated July 4, 2018 Views 28 Applies to:

Find a flashlight, or a flashlight app for your smartphone.

 

Go in the back of the TV. Unplug the Component cables.

 

Using the flashlight, illuminate all three Component video jacks and the Component cable. Plug the cabling back in, making absolutely sure that blue goes to blue, green to green, and red to red.

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After following the above suggestion please try the steps shown here support.xbox.com/.../image-on-your-tv-is-unclear

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I figured it out - I had the wrong input type selected in the TV's menu for that component input.  It doubles as a composite.  Thanks for the feedback, guys.

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