Wii Component Cables Question

Discussion in 'Games' started by bobber205, Nov 21, 2006.

  1. bobber205 macrumors 68020

    bobber205

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    What do I need to look for on the back of my TV to see if I could use component cables?

    FYI it's cerca 1994. :D
     
  2. jeremy.king macrumors 603

    jeremy.king

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    You're TV won't have them, but what you are looking for is a group of connections colored Red, Green and Blue (usually labeled Pr, Y, Pb) - keep in mind these are video only. Don't confuse with Composite which are Yellow (video), Red and White (audio).

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  3. srobert macrumors 68020

    srobert

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    Received mine from Nintendo. (Was one of the lucky few to order in time).

    My only annoyance with Nintendo's component cable is the all-in-one sound and video. That means that I can't send the video to my TV's component input and the sound to my audio Receiver (located 3 feet to the left) at the same time. The cables are combined into one and only split a few inches to the end. Oh well.
     
  4. jeremy.king macrumors 603

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    http://www.worldofcables.com/oscatalog/CablesProduct/03172.htm :)
     
  5. 0s and 1s macrumors 6502a

    0s and 1s

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    Your receiver doesn't have component inputs?
     
  6. srobert macrumors 68020

    srobert

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    Yeah, but it's stuffed full with all the other stuff. (DVD, PVR and 360) I still have some extra audio ones.
     

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