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    I wonder if it would help to leave the output to 480i and let the receiver or TV (that might have better video processing for deinterlacing, upscaling) do the conversion to "p" (progressive). Has anyone tried this ? Is it any better or worse ?

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    sorry for the hijack to the OP, we engineers tend to do that....somehow thought wii-licious had the problem...

    ericuf.....what TV are you using?

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    let the tv worry about only uconverting...let the wii deinterlace....the wii is designed to deinterlace, so get the best possible output from the wii, then the TV only has to do 1 thing, not 2...

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    I'm not a video engineer but i can tell you that there is a big difference between the upscaling processor of my TV and the one that you can find in a good BDP or DVD Player. The picture is better when it comes from those devices. I honestly prefer the 1080p picture coming from my receiver vs the passthrough picture (But this is with the wii in mind not a dvd).


    I only use this feature with my wii. I watch dvd with my Blu-ray player.

    I'll try it again later but last time I compare I was satisfied with my current configuration. Thanks for the advice anyway.

    BTW...lol I did'nt have any problem..lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wii-licious View Post
    BTW...lol I did'nt have any problem..lol
    i know, but of course, i realized that AFTER i posted the solution, lol. thanks for not yelling at me for trying to help you when you were fine all along, hehe.

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    I know this is a week late, but is the OP sure they're using a component cable and not the included composite cable? I can't count how many times I've read where people say component when they mean composite. Even people who should know better.

    Just for the record, the Wii's composite cable has Yellow, Red, White. Yellow being the only thing for video.

    Component cable will have Red, Green, Blue on one "set" for Video then Red and White for audio on another.

    As for the actual question, the BEST way is to display it on a CRT based HDTV
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    Component cable will have Red, Green, Blue on one "set" for video then Red and White for audio on another.
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    I have my Wii run into my Yamaha RX-V3900 (it has Anchor Bay Technologies ABT 2010 converter)with component.Then out with HDMI to my Panasonic 58" PZ800.Its not My PS3,but it sure looks pretty darn good to me...First Post..Hi Guys
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