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    special Cable for wii

    some special Cable have about 6 needle but my TV just have 3 hole how can I put in

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    If you're talking about component cables, your TV has to support it. Component cables are used for ED and HD TVs.

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    so you mean I can use it, my TV has 3 hole

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    Quote Originally Posted by djkidbee
    so you mean I can use it, my TV has 3 hole
    No, I mean you can't use it.

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    SDTV (Standard TV) have 3 Holes. You get a cable for this with it

    HDTV (High Definition TV) have 6 holes. For this Cable to enhance GFX

    Without a HDTV you can't use this Cable and it is not needed

    I think....



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    if you just have the red, white, and yellow ports then no you cant handle the component cables. you need a blue and green in addition to those other 3 ports.

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    Uhm 6?

    Component cables have 5 connectors... Red, Green, Blue + Red, White

    Composite have 3 connectors... Yellow + Red, White

    As far as SCART goes I'm not sure.
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    Is the Wii S-Video Premium AV better than the standard cable,

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    Quote Originally Posted by djkidbee
    Is the Wii S-Video Premium AV better than the standard cable,
    Yes.

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    Ye so I should buy one

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