QUOTE(NineT9mustang @ Dec 29 2006, 01:41 PM)
DaSingh, I'm not sure if you've already does this, but this is what I did to get my xbox working on my friends HD
1. Connected the cables of course
2. Went to Xbox Dash, enabled 720p/1080i
3. Went to XBMC, enabled 720p (or 1080i if you prefer)
4. Recalibrate the screen in xbmc
5. Change the TV Settings a bit, to bring out the brightness from what it was set at (Would be in the TV Menu Settings)
That was it.. took less then 5 minutes
If you've done this, then ya, I have no idea what to tell ya sorry
Yeh tried this, but my tv has two display channels, YPbPr and YCbCr.
Problem im having is when on YCbCr the highest I can run XBMC is NTSC 16:9 if I change to 480p the screen kinda splits in two and picture is really shaking, same sort of thing when you select to high of a resolution on a pc monitor.
Then if switch over to YCbCr, it displays fine but its dark and doesnt look as crisp. I tried using the video upscaling and it works fine but for some reason it just dont look right compared to XBMC running at normal NTSC 16:9 YCbCr.
Could it just be the TV is very low end spec or am I doing something wrong, I didnt expect amazing results seeing as I only paid £530 for a Brand New 42" Plasma but I still want to be able to setup for optimal display.