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First, you are posting a question about the Wii under the PS2 heading. Problem number one! Number 2! If your TV is new enough, it might not have the connections for A/V jacks like the yellow red and white. Here is how they connect. Yellow, video, Red, right sound, white, left sound(mono)
I would have checked the USB dongle that you are probably plugging into. There are many things you can check...
1.) usb dongle
2.) mic volume in the game.
3.) way you are using the mic
4.) for the new problem with no sound - make sure you have batteries in your instruments, they are plugged into/connected to the system (synched) and turned on. That you have a good connection from system to the stereo/tv audio.
1: Make sure you have the volume on the TV turned up and the audio-video connections plugged into the same-colour plugs. Sound only kicks-in once you are at the Wii menu. If this doesn't work, continue to step 2.
2. Test the Wii with another TV. If you have sound there, then it is possible that the HDTV's sound inputs plugs are damaged. Send your HDTV off for repairs.
3. If the Wii does not work with the other TV, then it is likely that the audio cables are damaged. Order a replacement from Nintendo (instructions are in the Wii user's guide)
a). Make sure you have the volume on the TV turned up and the audio-video
connections plugged into the same-colour plugs. Sound only kicks-in
once you are at the Wii menu. If this doesn't work, continue to step b.
Test the Wii with another TV. If you have sound there, then it is
possible that the HDTV's sound inputs plugs are damaged. Send your HDTV
off for repairs.
c). If the Wii does not work with the other TV,
then it is likely that the audio cables are damaged. Order a replacement
from Nintendo (instructions are in the Wii user's guide),
I hope this will help you out. Please vote for me thanks in advance.
Connect the Wii to your television. Then connect the variable audio output from the TV to the audio in on the monitor section of the receiver. Then use the TV/SAT input selection on the receiver and dolby prologic 2 as your sound mode.
Make sure no other game console is hooked up to the spliter then turn everything off... turn the TV on first, then the game system, if the system still doesn't produce sound then get a NEW dedicated cable
Hope that helps
does the wii see the router do you have a laptop to make sure its sending a signal try this dis connect everything plug in the modem let it symc up by it self then plug in the router and hook up the cat 5 cable to the router the try to sync the connection with the wii by searching for the router it helps to name your router first with a laptop but that should work if not let me know iam a cable tech with a few tricks
You need to connect your amplifier to your TV, (Video Out of Amp to video In of TV), then select the input where you connected your WII in amp.
Or you could just connect the yellow plug to the TV directly, and the white and red plug to your amplifier.
A note thou, Red and White will not give "True" surround sound as it has only 2 channels, you need to connect a digital input to the amp to get true surround.
Check to make sure the component cables are hooked up correctly, or you may need another set. Try hooking the wii up on another tv if you have one to see if it's just the cable or maybe the jack where you connect it to on the device it's plugged into (i.e. tv or entertainment system) Let me know if this helps.