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    Junior Member Jman500's Avatar
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    Zelda looks horrible on my HDTV

    At home when I had my wii on a sdtv, zelda looked beautiful. Now im here in college and with a new hdtv and it looks like crap, pixelated and blurry.

    Is there any way to fix this? Different settings on either my wii or tv? Would buying component cables help at all?

    On my wii I have it set to 16:9, should I set it back to standard?

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    Yeah I just got a new HDTV as well and now Wii games don't look as good as on non-hdtvs. Component cables didn't make any noticeable difference for me either. However, I guess I got used to it pretty quickly. Hey, it could be worse..

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    Yar I'm doin lots of research before I buy my new TV for BRAWL.

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    It can depend a lot on how well the TV can upscale 480p to the TV's native resolution.

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    Well my tv is saying its coming out at 480i. How would I get it to display at 480p? Do I need the component cables because the box in the wii settings menu is grey and doesnt not allow me to click display in 480p.

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    You need the component cables to enable the 480P setting. Welcome to the wonderful world of cheap LCD and Plasmas.

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    Ill go and pick up these cables. Anyone know a cheap place to pick them up.

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    Is that a dead kangaroo???

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    i got HDTV cables ... zelda looked pretty damn good to me.

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    yeah a normal TV with 480p support is probably the way to go.
    Wii games: Super Mario Galaxy, Metroid Prime 3, Resident Evil 4, Zelda TP, SSX: Blur, Excite Truck, The Godfather, and Mario Kart Wii
    PC games: Call of Duty 4, Halo 1, UT3, F.E.A.R., and The Orange Box.
    PS3 games: Ratchet and Clank F.T.O.D., Resistance 2, Wipeout HD, and MGS4.

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