sorry if it seems im floodin the forums with this topic. i just got a Wii and i wanna get the best image i can outa my projector (its HDTV compatible).
anyways if anyone has experience with this product(below) or knows anything about this type of conversion, please reply. i just hope it can produce an HDTV VGA image from the Wii component cables
if anyones interested in helping me research this type of product and its quality, heres the specs.
-for an Ebay reference, 36$ american, and seems like a good converter:
Automatic Component Video to VGA adapter. ClearVideo3 is the worlds smallest adapter on the market to "glue" your Component Video (YPrPb) devices, such as progressive DVD players, video games (like Xbox and Game Cube), and HDTV Set Top Boxes, to VGA monitors and projectors. Each unit works with all video formats -- 480p, 720p, 1080i/540p, NTSC, PAL, interlaced, progressive. With our very cost-effective ClearVideo products, you get crystal-clear processing and you can actually drive two VGA monitors from each unit, with cable lengths up to 50 feet.
Enables display of progressive DVD players or Component Video HDTV set top boxes on VGA monitors and projectors.
Automatic formats - 480p, 720p, 1080i/540p.
Drives two VGA monitors.
Enables display of XBOX games at 480p, 720p, 1080i/540p on standard VGA monitors and projectors.
Compatible with XBOX game machine component AV pack adapter.
Compatible with all progressive DVD players.
Compatible with all Component Video HDTV set top boxes.
Horizontal image centering adjustment.
Crystal clear display.
World's smallest adapter on the market.
Compatible with all NTSC and PAL interlaced and progressive formats in auto mode.
Drives cable up to 50 feet.
One Component Video (YPrPb) input.
Three RCA color-coded jacks.
1 V p-p @ 75 Ohm terminated.
Composite Sync on Y.
60 Hz refresh: 480p, 1080i/540p, 720p.
50 Hz or 60 Hz refresh: 480P, 1080i/540p, 720p.
Input and Outputs same scanning format.
Color Space conversion:
HDTV Colorimetry Matrix.
-3 Db at 110 MHz.
Positive H&V, TTL.
Negative H&V, TTL.
H Drive or Composite sync on H.
One small flat screwdriver driven potentiometer.
Two independent RGBHV outputs (DB15 output ports) R, G and B: 0.7 V p-p,75 Ohm terminated at source.
Sync on G and H&V.