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Sound on wii fit game

Can you tell me how to get sound on the wii fit game?

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  • Anonymous Aug 04, 2008

    no sound on the fit



  • Anonymous Jan 04, 2009

    no sound with wii fit

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I have sound on my TV for normal operation when the FIT is in use and some vibration, sound effects, and comments during certain activities/games. You should hear speech (i.e yoga) or music and sound effects (i.e. balance games) throughout the session. If you hear sounds when your WII is on the channel screen it should work during a WII Fit session. Check the Nintendo Forums or contact Nintendo to see what may be defective.

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