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Discussion in 'Nintendo Wii Chat' started by piebones, Dec 15, 2007.

  1. piebones

    piebones WiiChat Member

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    Hi I have just bought a wii for the kids Christmas present and want to get the best picture I can. I am lucky enough to have a big plasma Sony television and have seen different component cables for sale. Do I go for a scart cable or I have seen a different cable with a number of leads attached?

    Also I have surround sound can a wii be connected through this or dose ot have to go straight into the rear of the television.

    These are probably basic questions but not very technical. Any advice greatly appreciated>

    Many Thanks
     
  2. Pikachu256

    Pikachu256 KryKidd

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    You Might Want To Buy These If You Are Putting Your Wii On A Plasma TV
    [MEDIA]http://www.gamestop.com/common/images/lbox/802596b.jpg[/MEDIA]

    http://www.gamestop.com/product.asp?product_id=802596


    Remember The Wii Can Only Go Up To 480P. (Standard Tv)
    720P+ is High Def.

    Remember To Turn On Your Wii's Screen Burn In Thing In Your Wii Settings.

    Have A Nice Day.
     
  3. piebones

    piebones WiiChat Member

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    Thanks

    Thanks for that I will check it out.

    Have a good one.:)
     
  4. LiquidD

    LiquidD Pwnage Master

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    Wii Friend Code: 6555-2844-7958-4986
    6555-2844-7958-4986
    any wii component cables will work. even those cheap mad cats and nyko ones work the same as the official nintendo ones and is $10 cheaper.
     

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