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Wii component cable - how to connect it?

I have bought the Wii component cable to connect my Wii to an HD tv. However, there are no instructions with the cable, and I don't know which cable to connect to which socket.

The cables are coloured red, white, red, blue, green, but I don't know which ones are video, and which are sound.

Help please!

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  • rhgrainger Oct 14, 2008

    Thanks

    All working now. It was having two red cables that confused me. (Was also rather difficult seeing the colours on the slots on the television being mounted on the wall!)

  • Anonymous Mar 25, 2014

    I have the red and white cable from the Wii connected to my video 3. I have sound but nopicture, It says no signal. ?????

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On your tv, there should be color coded ports that tell you which cords go where but im almost 100% sure that the red and white cords are for sound and the blue and green cables are for hd video hookups.

Posted on Oct 14, 2008

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    brandon waltz Oct 15, 2008

    no problem! HAPPY GAMING!!!

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