my kids got a Wii for xmas, my enviosn is wall mounted and I cannot see how the TV input slots are arranged to plug in the Wii cable, do you have a picture of those slots, since I cannot lift the tv off the wall by myself, if I have a picture of how to arrange the three cables I can fit my -hand behind there and plug it in, thank you for your reply, merry x-mas - obvisously I lost my manual!!!
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Reboot the digital converter box by unplug,replug it back like 10-20 mins later.If u still getting the same problems no sound,tries by checking out the RCA cable connections,tries take out the red wire and check for damages and plug it back in or tries changes another RCA cable set all to gether.After new set of RCA cable should be working 100,if not the digital converter box is the problems,than now must change the digital converter box,this box no longer on sale by those big box stores.If u require to change the digital converter box tries websites like Amazon.com,Ebay.com to buy those converter boxes.
I run my ps3, wii and xbox through my stereo. In order to view them I just use the
"Input" button and select the one I want.
If your remote does not have an input button
it maybe one of the red, green or other colored
You may also have to do the same with your
tv remote. It may need to switch avg, av1 or another
If none of the above work, try to plug your wii in
directly to your tv. If it works then retry your connections.
Hdmi or component and the above again.l
Do I understant this correctly? You are using a composite video cable (A/V y,r,w) and connecting it with the component video input (and then telling the TV to use the YPbPr source). You need a component video cable (3 RCA plugs on each end - red, green and blue) and an audio cable (2 RCA plugs - red and white) for the Wii. It wasn't included with the Wii but it does have the component video ports. Otherwise you would need a SCART to composite connector to work with the input. Alternatively, you could get an HDMI cable and connect that between the Wii and the TV (depnding on the age of the Wii).
If I've read this correctly, you have the media box and dvd player sharing the SCART input (EXT1).
Finally figured out the correct arrangement or configuration through trial and error (and my wife's puzzle solving ability). It sure wasn't clear in the instructions, and I could not get the needed information from the website of either the manufacturer of wall mount system or TV...a little frustrating, but perseverance paid off. Given the price of the wall mount, I would think they could do a better job.
You are connecting it into the wrong input. The Wii comes with a RCA cables that should go into the Video (composite) input that has yellow, red, and white. The component input will not work with the RCA cable input. Plug your Wii into Video1 and you should get the right colors. There should be another HDMI on the side of your TV, there are inputs located both on the back and side of the TV for your convience.
Yes, there are devices to help you.You should shop for an “RF Modulator.”While the intention of this box is convert an A/V signal to RF for older televisions, many modulators offer multiple inputs which can be chosen with a switch.Be sure to check both the input and output options on the box that you buy to ensure it will be compatible with your components and television.