Use an HDMI cable to connect your Xbox One to your TV. Connect the HDMI cable to the HDMI OUT port at the rear portion of the Xbox One. The other end of the HDMI cable goes in the HDMI input of your TV. If you have cable or satellite TV, you can connect another HDMI cable into your console’s HDMI IN port and the other end goes to your set-top box for cable or satellite TV. Here see How to connect Xbox one to TV.
The Xbox One and Xbox One S both have HDMI out, making them compatible with just about any television and monitor that you can purchase today.
HDMI ports have been a significant feature of monitors and television sets for years now. Look at the back of the television or monitor that you want to plug into your Xbox One. If it has an HDMI port, you’re ready to go.
How to connect Xbox One To TV
To connect an Xbox One to a monitor or TV, Unbox the free HDMI cable that came with your console. If the monitor or television has an HMDI port built in, simply connect one end to the Xbox One’s HDMI Out port.
Next connect the other end to the HDMI port on your display. Monitors should begin working immediately, but TV may need to be turned to their INPUT channels to work. How you get your TV to INPUT depends on its make and model. Refer to the manual that came with your television if you don’t know how.
Some setups are more complicated. If you find that the Xbox One S isn’t outputting 4K to your television, or something is keeping your display from running correctly, you need to open the Settings app on your console. To do so, press the glowing Xbox logo on your controller to bring up the Xbox Guide.
Next, navigate to the Settings pane. It’s the second from the bottom.
Select All Settings.
Now select Display & Sound from the menu on the left side of your display.
The Video Output menu lets you decide what resolution your monitor or television gets from the Xbox One and what its refresh rate is.
You can also toggle borders around some apps downloaded to your Xbox One. The Advanced Video Settings’ 4K TV details menu is great for troubleshooting issues with 4K video.
Good luck connecting an Xbox One to a monitor or television.