malcolmar: Great video! Immediately people complain about the graphics on the Wii and
they are not even seeing the Wii at it's full potential. ALSO these cables
are much cheaper than the Gamecube component cables and the 480p Gamecube
games like F-Zero look FANTASTIC on HDTV for those who have a first gen Wii
that plays Gamecube games.
I was toying around with the idea of getting a component to HDMI adapter to
connect my Wii via to my TV via HDMI. Has anyone done this? Are there any
great improvements over the 480p component cables alone? Thanks!
Mike Hunt: Rocketfish sells a Wii component cable for 15 bucks on sale now at BestBuy
Sonic Boom!: Al, where's the wolf pack? Haha nice vid mate, I wish I had of known about
this when I still had my wii.
Strictly Games: The Wii's hardware wasn't made with HD in mind, because the highest
resolution it output's with component cable's attached is 480p.
Lee Thompson-Kolar: What happens to GameCube games when played on the Wii & HD television? Do
those game look normal, or do they worsen graphically?
Trae Kryzer: 氷忍者
Chris C.: Thank.you sooo much for that. Im going to go get the cables n.try and
Ill.tell u how I did!!!
Connor Hanley: i just git a wii where do i find a controller
Susie Shepherd: This was very helpful, and it saved me a lot more unwanted stress. Thank
you for taking the time to do this.
Erjon Millaku: Can i play in wii GTA 5 .
Terezi Pyrope: Okay, all those little holes behind my grandma's HDTV confused the hell out
of me... I think I got it now. THANK YOU now I don't have to break my neck
trying to plug in a game system.
Lauren Montez: thanks beared
xoxo, smart girls
Captainclaws: but on my tv if you use the yellow cable it turns black and white.
Den F: Thanks this was of great help as I had come to the conclusion that the old
cables wouldn't work but wasn't sure if they made new cables. Thanks great
channell Robinson: This video is useless I cannot see where you are bulging the cords in at
GerRos Gonzalez: Thank you Maniac lol! Really helped.
hsp gamer: Didn't work :(
Justin Labrecque: This dude reminds me of zach galifinakis
John Keller: Are you Wyatt from Weird Science?
Mattias Hallén: 480p is not HD...
Etude: Everyone keeps saying they plugged it in and it came out black and white.
Mine too..anyone fix this? It's driving me bonkers.
Krista Orozco: well when I plug in and change settings it is a split black and white
screen, but if I change settings back it is still black and white just not
split plus if I plug anything in the blue port it does nothing, got any
Aseem Verma: A friend got the latest LG 3D TV, I was setting it up for her and was
shocked when I saw they have 2 coaxial ports and 3 AV that's all left in
the newer TVs though 3Sata, 1 USB and 4 HDMI ports but all her peripherals
are coaxial based which means depends on HDMI converters or buy new stuff!
Neil McMillan: I got the audio and video working but there isn't any color :(
Maximilian Perry: This is a bit late, but if anyone is searching through this to see how to
fix the "no colour" problem, you need to "cycle through your television's
input channels (usually with the 'Input Select' or 'Source' button on your
TV's remote control) to find the input select that has the image in color.
If you're only finding the image in black and white, you may need to switch
the setting of the input select from a component signal to a standard AV
signal. This can be done by:
An on screen menu option. This is often accessed by using the 'Menu' button
on the remote.
A button on the remote that switches between the standard and component
signals. These can be labeled such things as 'AV' or 'Video'."
Eduardo Herrera: Hey can you use the HD cables to use on a regular tv.?
Olivia Dickson: I have a HDTV and I've set it up with the normal cable... How would I do
Sofia Prado: Thank u 4 the help
TheBakanimationz: That was big help thanks alot mate
dN GHK: freak you and your mother freaking beared
Captainclaws: i have this strange adaptor from nyko that i use an hdmi cable with
roberta423: Thanks for the help!
Pao Ram: My tv's component plugs have the usual green blue and red for video but i
have only 1 audio plug that's black. What color, red or wite, should i
place in the black audio plug?
KinnArchimedes: plugs in cables: it's a black f'n screen!!
Leels: Zach Galifianakis anyone? ;)
Mike Mora: I bought the cables you suggested to hook my Wii up to my HDTV. I plugged
the cables into their respective slots and everything works fine except my
picture is black and white. I am 100% certain the cords are plugged in
correctly. Is there a way to get it to be color?
Carlos Miguel: i connected the wii to the tv with the component cables (hd ones) but the
edtv or hdtv option is still grey(i cant press i) please help
rRegularock: Alright if you got a different one that has a yellow cable just put the
yellow cable in the green hole or input whatever its called and white and
red of the audio put it on the last which is red and white. Hope it helped
and i also have a different one that also have the green,blue,red but it
also brought yellow.
iBeDeeDee757: What if you hook it up to your TV and the picture (color) is black and
white?? what should I do??
KinnArchimedes: 3:22 in, just tell me where to stick 'em damn it!!!!
ElCapo696: What if i have a 55 inch TV? help..
Martin Andersen: Thanks dude.. Helped alot.
larissa vincent: Thnks it helped
daxtyn minn: so what is that are all the games on the first page of your wii the 14th
Jamela Singletary: This was such a big help. Thank you so much for doing this video. I
Mike Learned: Hey. A few things. Firstly, this will not give you 1080p. The Wii isn't
capable of this, only 480p (but it still is a better resolution than the
Second, and more importantly, go to monoprice.com and do a search for wii
cable. Theirs is $2.72. Wayyyy better than Best Buy, Target, Walmart,
etc. at $35.
Ally Tv: thanks it was helpful!
HowToDoAndFixIt: You don't really need these component cables, and you can use the original
Yellow, Red and White RCA cables that came with your Nintendo. All you get
is 480 resolution and all you have to do, is to plug the single yellow
"VIDEO" connector into the GREEN (Video) receptacle on your HDTV
"Component" inputs and the red and white into the Audio inputs, and switch
your TV to "COMP/AV" and not RGB/COMP and you have both Video and Audio.
Beloved Console: 480p please!... hahaha
Chef de NYC: Thanks! I'm more info ultrasound type of work. I learn most of the stuff myself online. Just only recently start looking for a school to make things "official". Hehe
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