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Look for something like this at your favorite electronics store...http://www.bestbuy.com/site/eForCity+-+3+Way+Audio+Video+AV+RCA+Switch+Switcher+Splitter+with+Cable/4655143.p?id=1218501028155&skuId=4655143&st=AV Switch&cp=8&lp=3 Copy all of that into your browser and you'll end up at best buy looking at a A/V Switch that can switch between 3 different devices so you don't have to change the cables...also, look for ones that are remote controlled that have more options...I just included this one as an example...hope this helps you!
U have the tv original remote?Look for a button said Input,used that button push it to goes into video mode 1 or 2.Don't have the tv original reomote.Try website like Remotes.com to buy the tv original remote.
Most TVs have a yellow video and a white audio and red audio input. The Wii comes with a cable to connect to a TV with a yellow, white and red RCA cable. Plug in the large block end of this cable to the Wii (rectangle block) and the other end into the TV using the yellow plug to the yellow input jack and the white plug to the white input jack and red to red. Select on the TV using the TV remote, the input where the Wii is hooked up. This is the standard way.
If you have the Insignia NS-42L550A11 (inputs shown here - http://www.bestbuy.com/site/olspage.jsp?id=cat13506&type=page&h=387&skuId=9595066&productId=1218131141674&navigation=prev&count=3&chk=true - or something like it), you might have a hard time plugging all of your devices into the TV.
Your DVD player might have a Component Out - if so, plug it (all 5 plugs) into the "Component" section of the TV. If you don't have a Component video cable, you can simply use a couple of Red, White, and Yellow cables instead - just be sure you connect the proper ends so the colors from the DVD match the colors to the TV.
As for your Wii and Playstation - I believe they both have the simple Red, White, and Yellow output plugs (labeled "AV IN" on the back of your Insignia). Because your TV only has 1 input for "AV IN," you might need to purchase a switch of some kind that you can plug your Wii and Playstation into and the switch will have 1 set of Red, White, and Yellow plugs to hook into the TV. The other option is to simply plug and unplug your Wii or Playstation directly to/from the TV depending on what you're playing... not an ideal scenario (particularly if you don't have easy access to the back of your TV.
The following link is for a 2-way switch that would do what you're looking to do. You could even get a 3-way switch and plug all 3 devices into it if your DVD player doesn't have a Component Out.
Crt's have an extremely fast redponse rate, bt design. Most have a refresh rate somewhere around 4 or 5 ms. whereas yours states as having a response time of 2.6, in actuality has a rate of more than 8 ms. This makes video games look and act like they are in a time warp. Alot of flat screen tv's have this same condition, and unfortunately, there really isn't any way to make it better. I'm sorry to tel you this, but you wanted to know what was the deal, and that's what it is.
You didn't say what type of TV Remote you have, however, generally,make sure that you have connected the Wii according to package directions. Your Wii should show under games when you click on your input button and see your input menu on the screen.. Remember to turn it back to your TV input when you are finished playing.
Have fun with Wii. If you are still unable to connect, please get back to me. Thank you for using FixYa.
it depends on which cables you want to use for your wii. there is the standard A/V cables that are yellow, white, and red; or the component cables which are red, green and blue with another white and red.
Problem: Hooking up Hitachi UT42X902 to a Wii Solution: Even few technicans understand the issue because they have a hard time comprehending the Hitachi UT42X902 Director Series only has 1 HDMI jack and no RCA connections. I have both a Wii and UT42X902. At one point when I had a 4-way call with Hitachi, Nintendo, and Onkyo trying to figure this all out. So after several miss-steps, here is what I did and it worked… I ended up buying an Onkyo TX-SR606 AV Receiver Amplifier-Tuner which has "uplink" capability. (Do not buy the TX-SR506 or other Onkyo models they do not have the right uplink capability to work the Wii on the UT42X902 Director Series, I already made that mistake and the store would not take the 506 back by the time I got everything I needed to connect the system.) I then bought a off Nintendo market Red/White/Blue/Green/Yellow HD or HDMI compatible (for the Onkyo side) on one end and Wii compatible on the other (sorry I don’t remember the technical name for the cable but they are pretty common and Best Buy and other electronics stores have it).I connected the cable to my Wii and the 5 ended side of the cable to the Onkyo.My CATV satellite box and DVD player are also connected to the Onkyo with Monster 1000HD (10.5 Mbps) HDMI cables.The Onkyo is connected to the Hitachi UT42X902 also via a Monster 1000HD (10.5 Mbps) HDMI cable. The Wii works perfectly with this setup. You may have to go into some menus to set up the sound (I do not have external speakers yet). Good luck.I usually am not on this site but will try to monitor this site every few days for the next few weeks so post is you have questions, and I will try to help. Disclaimer: I am not a TV tech and do not sell, represent any TV, Receiver-tuner-Amp, websites, cables, TV channels, services or other related products, nor do I own stock in any of these companies. I am a mere mortal girl who wanted to use her Wii Fit on her big screen TV.