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    HD TV - any difference?

    Hi

    I have a HD TV but my Wii is currently just linked up via the standard cables

    Will runnig it using HD cables make a noticeable difference in pciture quality?

    Thanks

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    Most will say yes.

    use the search tutorial for "component cables" or something.

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    Meh, it makes a little difference. My friend has it and i don't notice nada on it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MztikalAce
    Meh, it makes a little difference. My friend has it and i don't notice nada on it.

    You have inferior eyes.

    Yes, it makes an amazing difference. I strongly suggest getting the component cables and running your games in progressive.

    Graphics look as good as the other consoles in 1080i... O.o;

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    I ran Zelda TP with all of them, standard, svid, component, it cleared some, very little, jags that the others couldnt smooth but not much difference.

    Get a Monster component cable, that thing is badass.


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    well, i have just ordered some cables, i will let you know my opinion soon!

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    grrr they are NOT HD cables...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ciper
    grrr they are NOT HD cables...
    The Wii cant use HDMI anyways.


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    Quote Originally Posted by ciper
    grrr they are NOT HD cables...

    Component is capable of HD. HD set top boxes use component ... so does HD DVD and BlueRay players...

    HDMI and DVI are just digital, that's all. Digital is NOT the definiton of high definition.


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    Quote Originally Posted by LuzTeTT
    Component is capable of HD. HD set top boxes use component ... so does HD DVD and BlueRay players...

    HDMI and DVI are just digital, that's all. Digital is NOT the definition of high definition.
    And? Dont make assumptions. I never used the word digital in my post.
    The Wii does NOT output HD no matter what cables you have attached. 480p is not HD.

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