Well, of course i know S-Video is low def, but i need to have it plugged in to make some of the ghosting to dissappear. Maybe i explained it in a way you don't understand, but i use the component leads, and the Xbox is running in HD mode. If the S-Video cable is plugged in at the same time, some of the ghosting dissappear, but without it plugged at the same time, there's so much ghosting. Also, it's not my tv, it has been tested on alot of TVs. And i read another thread that the switch on the cable might be the cause of the ghosting, cause the guy had removed the switch and made his own switch for the cable. It's like the S-Video or the whole composite part of the cable is causing interference. And fallenangle, i have disconnected all cables except the power to the TV and the interference is still there, and as you mentioned about the switch, i had read about that before that the switch might be causing these problems.
Also, about the composite leads, their not connected at all, they don't make a difference on the ghosting, only the S-Video is connected.
This post has been edited by j0rpi: Mar 20 2012, 06:27 PM