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Can I have wii video signal go into a receiver and out to tv by hDMI

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Solved - I learned Sony 720 and 820 receivers do not up convert video component (Wii) in to hdmi out. Need to upgrade to 920. Thanks anyway.

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ok the setup you are using is a Receiver, TV, and Wii unit .

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