video games


Question by  Kcovey83 (25)

Why is my xBox losing sound during a game?


Answer by  MikeG (1650)

This is most likely due to a loose or faulty sound connection. Make sure all cables are completely plugged in. If this doesn't help, replace the connectors.


Answer by  edward92 (51)

There is a possibility that you have a faulty XBOX / TV / Wire. If the problem only occurs when playing xbox and nothing else it may be the sound wire between the xbox and the tv / speakers. You can either swap the wire with another applicance such as DVD player of buy a new one cheaply.


Answer by  Stephen75 (160)

This could be caused by a dirty or damaged CD, or failing to update you Xbox. Try cleaning your CD and get it resurfaced at your local video game store.


Answer by  Edfire (120)

Your xbox may not be the one losing sound but your TV may be. In the past I have experienced that sometimes the U. V attachment port goes bad.


Answer by  Anatomie (6)

Possibilites, Your Audio cable could be comming lose. Your audio cable could be bad, Your speakers might be broken, There's Tons of possibilites that could be wrong with your Xbox. The main Problem is probably your av cable, You could Purchase more off of Xbox. com for 39. 99, Check it out before u buy a new replacement.


Answer by  Schnitzerfrit (16)

THe most probable solution is to examine the wire coming from the Xbox, into the TV. Odds are that the cords are colored red and yellow. Make sure the cord is in good condition. Plug in a different game console and see if the sound changes. If so, the cord is in bad condition, and shuld be replaced.


Answer by  Creedr (73)

Your audio cable could be coming loose. Your audio cable could be bad or your speakers might be broken. There's a lot of possibilities that could be wrong with your Xbox. It's most probably your AV cable, try a different one.


Answer by  SlainWeasel (14)

What is most likely is that the wires connecting your Xbox to the TV are coming loose. You should check to make sure that your RF/Component cables are firmly plugged into the TV or the back of the Xbox. This problem may also be a function of the game itself. Check for scratches on the disc.


Answer by  anyname51 (101)

This problem is most likely caused by a loose or faulty audio output wire. To fix the problem, you will need to first check both ends of the audio output cable. If the cable is loose, plug it back in and the problem is solved. If the cable is faulty, you will need to purchase a new cable.


Answer by  heather88 (1897)

The sound card in it might have gone out, you will need to send it in to have it fixed. Or there is a short in the sound wire. Best of luck.


Answer by  yoyo72 (50)

The most likely cause of sound loss is an unsecured cable at the back of the unit. Make sure all the cables are in the correct place. If the problem continues it could be a dirty or damaged disk.

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