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    Quote Originally Posted by dchao
    Acutally there is. It's available for the European market, the PAL version Wii. So I am assuming the hardware is capable of producing the RGB component signals to feed your VGA cable. To enable it on an US NTSC Wii, you probably need some internal hacks.

    Official PAL RGB SCART cable:
    http://nfggames.com/forum/index.php?...20&#entry16842
    Cracking open my Wii is not an option. I think I"ll stick with playing my Wii on a hdtv with component cables. I really don't understand why Nintendo made it so diifficult to use a vga cable with the Wii.

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    I like that unit and the price, the only thing missing is the 480I. I don't know if that is important for Wii/GC games, since some of the games are not progressive scan compatible. I assume with such games, the Wii/GC will switch to 480I, and that box will can not convert it. Just my 2 cents.

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    Yeah, that's right. If it's not progressive, it won't convert. I like that KWORLD thing mainly because of it's versatility in that regard (480i all the way up to 1080i).

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