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Game connection how do you set up the tv to connect wii game console

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  • scooter93 Apr 11, 2008

    wii is in B&W. The connections from the Wii are red and white and then a red, green and blue cord. My TV has red, white and yellow connections. I currently have the Wii green cord in a yellow video input and that seems to be the only way I can get a picture, but it is B&W????



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At the back of yout tv set you can see "video in/audio in"
connect your console.. its color coded
same with the console

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