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Discussion in 'Nintendo Wii Hardware' started by KINGSHIPLEY, Jan 30, 2007.
will they make a difference on a standard definition t.v.?
yes, you will get an improvement, but wont make the most of the component cables without a tv that can display 480p
cool...guess that better then it is... thanks man.
component cables are definitely worth picking up, even if you don't have a fancy HDTV. I bought myself a set of Psyclone Component Cables (same ones I use in my Xbox and Xbox 360) and they make the colors look so crisp and clear. They were $59.99 and extremely worth it.
thats exactly what im looking for as you put it "crisp and clear"
got my component cables today, to compliment my new HD TV i got last night :arf:
xbox looked awesome on there last night, have to wait till i get home from work today to try the wii thru the new cables
So bottom line is if you don't have an HDTV then you don't need Component Cables right? And if you do have one make sure its a decent or high quality HDTV? Where does all this plasma, cell stuff come into play? This technology stuff really confuses me...:scared:
Bottom line is, if you have a HDTV then by all means get component cables as they will noticably enhance the picture quality. However if you also have a standard tv and are aware that it can produce 480p then yes you can also get component cables and notice a slight increase in picture quality.
WELL THE next question is...i bought a set at walmart (19.98) and well non of the colors match up wtih my tv... my tv has red,yellow,white... and the component cables are green,red, blue, white, red. white go where?:nonod:
You don't have component inputs to your TV. Go return the component cables.
Seems like your TV is not compatible with component video signals. Sorry
guess i was wrong ....i need component "in" correct? cus after playing with the tv it has a totally hidden door looking thing on the back and to my suprise..blue , red , green...guess i win after all thats cool:thumbsup:
damn hidden doors.
anyway you should see a difference in quality straight away, then more when you set the wii to output 480p (in the wii settings)
after getting home last night i went straight to the wii, plugged it all in, and such an amazing difference! i think for anyone with an HDTV they need to invest in these cables, in comparison i would say the old picture looked horrible. (only in comparison)