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    Wii RF adapter

    I am taking a business trip for 5 days and want to take the Wii. However, most hotel rooms don't have the AV inputs, (yellow, white and red). Does anyone know if the Nintendo has come out with the RF adapter for the Wii; where it has a cable wire at the other end so I can just disconnect the cable from the back of the TV at the hotel room and screw in the Wii RF wire?

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    You can buy a RF convertor at Walmart, Target, Radioshack, Circuit City, Best Buy to do exactly what you want.

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    Yup it'll cost ya anywhere from $8-50 [if in USA] depends on how good of one you want. A single input/output is pretty cheap.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jbreaux
    You can buy a RF convertor at Walmart, Target, Radioshack, Circuit City, Best Buy to do exactly what you want.
    Is it the RF adaptar with the Yellow/Red and White connectors

    OR

    Is it the one with a coaxil cable end?

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    When I stayed at a hotel up in Sydney on boxing day, I took my wii and I was like "noooo a scart input!" But then I asked the reception very nicely and they had a converter! So I was like and played my wii! Yay!

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    its nice to see everyone here who goes away on business does no business at all...

    nice, i think i would do the same

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