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help connecting up wii

Discussion in 'Wii Help, Cheats & Tips' started by scwiible, Jul 27, 2007.

  1. scwiible

    scwiible New Member

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    Ive a 32" Sony LCD TV, it has:
    1 x Componant
    1 x HDMI
    and then scarts and S-VHS etc

    The Componant is currently taken up with my DVD player but obviuosly I want to get the best out of my wii.

    Can someone suggest a way to fix this in the best way possible without loss of quality.

    I have a DVD recorder which I can have in place of the current DVD which also has componant out and as it is a DVD recorder it has scart in, would it work to pass the wii through the DVD Recorder which will be connected up with componant or will this make no difference anyway as it is inputting with scart.

    The HDMI is taken up with my cable box, this also has scart in etc, duno if this helps?

    I hope this isnt to confusing.

    Thanks
     
  2. badboykane

    badboykane New Member

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    I'd stick the dvd player or recorder in the cable box and use the component for the Wii or get some type of component switcher box.
     
  3. k-boz

    k-boz New Member

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    yeah, so would i, but maybe check the internet for proper advice!
     
  4. kaitora

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    or you could always get a splitter so that two items can use the same scart
     
  5. scwiible

    scwiible New Member

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    my TV also has VGA or DVI whatever, ive seen a few cables for wii and this, dyou know if this gives a good picture?
     
  6. kaitora

    kaitora New Member

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    make sure if you want best quality that you get gold plated scarts and things, as they give a better connection than alloy scarts
     
  7. gunners-4-life

    gunners-4-life New Member

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    get a component hub
     

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