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    Junior Member youme&wii's Avatar
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    480i possible on Component Video ?

    Does Wii output 480i over component ? or only 480p ?
    I have a 480i TV hooked up to the Wii right now using the composite video connection and I'd like to use the component video connection. Will it work ?

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    You get 480i over composite and 480p over component... Why would you want 480i over component? That defeats the entire purpose of switching to compnent cables in the first place.

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    never even considered for mass production... too weird to live, and too rare to die...

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