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Xbox 360 No Game Volume During Playback


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ok so ive got everything hooked up ive got the component cables from the roxio going to my tv via the back where their supposed to be and the xbox 360 component cables going to the front of the roxio now i have clear as day video BUT im using x12 turtle beaches and i have no audio at all i need some help please that would be severly helpful because i have the video i can record the video and playback fine but their is no audio at all, has anyone been able to figure this out????

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ok so ive got everything hooked up ive got the component cables from the roxio going to my tv via the back where their supposed to be and the xbox 360 component cables going to the front of the roxio now i have clear as day video BUT im using x12 turtle beaches and i have no audio at all i need some help please that would be severly helpful because i have the video i can record the video and playback fine but their is no audio at all, has anyone been able to figure this out????

 

Make sure that turtle beach audio card is set to 16 bit and 14100khz.

 

Make sure that your operating system's recordording devcie is set to the correct input and that it is not muted.

 

What operating system do you have?

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Not a card Steve,they're headphones.

 

drake,you should be able to connect the Red,White audio coming out of the Xbox to one side of the Turtle Beach adapter then take another Composite audio cable and use the Red,White to connect to the input side of the Roxio device.Then use the Roxio supplied cable to go from the output of the Device to your TV.

The adapter is the one with Red and White on one end and Green on the other.The Green from the adapter goes to the Green on the headset

That's how mine is and it works just fine.

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