Yeah...you need a RF cable for the wii like this one:
OMG ameatures, theres only 2 or 3 good posts here, ALOT of oldish tv's (say 5-10 years old) don't have those 3 pins, instead they have a scart socket, which is the same thing, and you get a scart adapter in the box with the wii
yeah! your TV is a old TV. You can buy a adapter at walmart. you plug into the cable input
I don't have the video button on your TV, do you?
Agreed on the bad posts, he obviously had an older TV and needed an RF Modulator so he could plug his wii just into the coaxial input.Originally Posted by Gaz
But 5-10 years?! I'd say more like 10-20 years. I have an old TV for snes/n64 from about 92', and that has the Yelllow/White RCA inputs (no red input, no stereo) and that's 14 years old.
YOU HAVE A VERY OLD TV. I know maybe it's not a possibility but i think it's time to invest in a new one. Check out Best Buy's insignia brand, very cheap but still decent quality.
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cheap tvs about 5 years old won't have the inputs it doesn't necessarily mean its ancient and without stereo... mine didn't but my 32" tv was only 30 bucks. i got a RF modulator that connects to the RF input in the back of the tv andyou can have as many as 3 different composite inputs.
The 20" tv we are using for the Wii & Xbox was bought around '92 from Sears and the RCA inputs don't work anymore, that why I bought a modulator. Still has a great picture and keeps on ticking! The off-brand $130 27" WalMart TV in our livingroom has front/rear AV input, Game button, stereo, etc. but lets see how long it lasts :-/
Do you have a VCR with the inputs? If so you can run it thru the vcr
What is the average of posters on here? I would be surprised if a 5 year old tv wouldn't have RCA inputs on it but it's not impossible. I'm not aware of what kinds of hook ups older TV's outside the US have, so a SCART is not something I've ever heard of.
If you have a VCR, then use the inputs on it, it should have some inputs on the back at least. If that fails, then get an RF modulator (as others have mentioned) but I would recommend one that automatically detects and switches. You'll need to put your TV on channel 3 or 4 for them to work.
DUDE, if he has the money to buy a wii then go spend some money to buy a new T.V, unless ur a 5 year old not knowing that game consoles use those.
1) BUY A NEW TV
2) THROW OUT UR WII.
I like option 2 best ^_-
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