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Video inputs I've tried hooking up my Nintendo Wii though my ht-p38 and i get audio and but no video!!!  Any help would be great

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I had the same problem until I switched my player-to-TV connection from S-Video to Composite.  Then it worked just fine.  Now I have player-to-TV as Composite, and Wii-to-player as Composite connected to Aux1.

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