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    Cables

    I have a 42" Sony Grand Wega.

    I don't know much about the different cables for the Wii but will the cables that come out of the box give good enough picture quality.

    Or will I have to buy some cables seperately to get better picture quality.

    Also, will the difference between the two pictures be a lot or will there only be a small difference.

    Thanks

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    You don't HAVE to buy cables seperately. I would if I could, but I don't think my TV accepts anything but the standard cables that are going to come with the Wii.

    I don't know the differences personally, so I'll let somebody else answer that question.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wiily Good
    I have a 42" Sony Grand Wega.

    I don't know much about the different cables for the Wii but will the cables that come out of the box give good enough picture quality.

    Or will I have to buy some cables seperately to get better picture quality.

    Also, will the difference between the two pictures be a lot or will there only be a small difference.

    Thanks
    If you have a nice TV like that, then go for component cables (pictured below), which will give you a noticeably better picture. I'm guessing your TV outputs 480p, so component cables are the best because they allow for both Progressive Scan and 16:9 Widescreen.

    These cables can be found in stores like EBGames and Circuit City, as well as online by the same stores for $30.

    Here are what component cables for Wii look like:


    Now, there is already a fairly recent thread on this topic where you can ask any other questions about cables here:
    Component Cables?
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