Got the Samsung 46" lcd full HD tv and when we connected the Wii we get no sound. Bought new component cable but no joy. (when we were getting sound it was crackling that bad we had to turn volume off)
any advice please?
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Re: No sound when Wii is switched on
DID YOU TRY PLUGGING YOUR COMPONENT CABLE INTO A SCART ADAPTOR FOR YOUR TV...THIS SHOULD FIX IT FOR YOU.... I TAKE IT YOUR TV IS A 5 SERIES OR A 6 SERIES SAMSUNG.. GREAT TVS HAVE ONE MYSELF, BETTER WHEN MORE CHANNELS ARE BROADCAST ON FULL HD BUT...
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i think your problem is with cabling your surround sound is audio only and you wii is video and audio. i would hook up wii first and get it working first. dont plug the surround into the yellow jack on your audio video switch good luck
If you are using the original component cable that has the Red, White and Yellow you need to purchase a Wii Component Video Cable.This cable is compatible and will solve your problem it will have a Red,White - Red, Green, Blue that will match the component Cable input on the back of your T240 HD Monitor.
We just upgraded from a 32" LG tube tv to a 46" Insignia LCD and had the same problem with our Wii and PS3. For us, we just switched the TV settings DCM (digital clear motion) function. We keep it on high for movies and TV shows and turn it completely off when playing Wii and PS3 games. Hope this helps!!