The Wii version of GH3 has a Game Disc defect in that the discs were only encoded with one of the two channels of stereo sound. Which speaker are you hearing the chords from, left or right? A recall is in effect where buyers can send in their defective discs and get properly functioning ones for free. The fixed discs start shipping out in February. Here is the website where you can sign up for the recall:
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Of course, double check all the cords are connected properly, my cat loves to play with mine, and is always unplugging stuff. Then make sure that you have the correct "video input" setting on the TV, this can be checked by hitting the button on the remote labelled, "video" or "input", scroll through them all, while the Wii is on, other than that, I would need more info on the type of TV and connection set up.
This can sometimes be down to the fact there is either a fault in the Wii, the sound system or there is a loose cable which needs to be pushed in harder either the White cord or the Red not Yellow as that is video (the cables from your Wii to the TV!). Hope i helped.
first check that you have 4 remotes in play the remote for the mic will be the scroller and has to be used to join the band...second this may be unreliable since it came from another source but something to check a wifi connection is needed you dont have to play against someone online just be connected to wifi. hope these resolve your issues
The discs are flawed. Activision
has worked with Nintendo to improve the audio experience and has
re-mastered the game. They are offering Wii consumers who have Dolby
capabilities or audio issues free replacement discs.
Customers based in North America that want to register for a free replacement disc can call (866) 780-8286 from 8:00am-8:00pm EST, Monday-Friday, or register online at the following website http://www.activisiongameexchange.com/.
What kind of TV do you have? I've noticed that when I played GH 3 on my plasma TV it lagged until I calibrated it. You might need to change the TV scale to 480p since wii isn't high def. Hope this helps.