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Yamaha HTR 5760 Video Problem with Wii

My Yamaha HTR 5760 is connected to a Philips HDTV via Component Video Cables (Monitor Out). Component inputs (2) have DVD Player and Playstation II.

Now I bought a Wii with Composite Cables (did not want to splurge on Component Cables when the Wii can throw a measly 480p) and connected it to Composite Inputs (VCR1).

While the Audio portion is fine (I hear the Wii opening screen sound), there is no video. Tried all input modes.

Please advice

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This answer is not true. The Wii is capable of 480p video over component cable, but also 480i or 576i works fine over component. But I have the same problem that my Yamaha receiver has no picture with the Wii set on 480p. 480i (60hz) and 576i (50hz) works fine over the component cable!? Any (other) advise how to fix this?

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  • Andy Jun 19, 2013

    I finaly found a solution:

  • Andy Jun 19, 2013

    There is no 'up conversion' on this (or most of the) Yamaha receiver(s) for component to HDMI. So the receiver cannot display the 480p signal over HDMI on the TV. So you will need to connect a component cable from the receiver (component or RGB output) to the TV (component input as well. Very strange because with the Wii set on one of the interlaced video signals (480i or 576i) and connected with a component on the receiver cable works flawless over HDMI (on the TV)!?!?

  • Andy Jun 19, 2013

    An other solution is to buy a "Wii to HDMI" connector. You can find several of those on eBay or Amazon

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You need to connect a composite cable from the receiver. The receiver does not carry a composite signal over component cables.


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