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Can you use a Wii with a projector?

I work for a charity and we want to use a Nintendo Wii with a group of clients as it will not be easy for them to see a television screen. Therefore, we would like to project the image onto a large screen. Is it possible to use the Wii with a projector?

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Yes. All you need to do is get an HDMI cable (should come with the projector) and connect that to the back of the TV. If it is not long enough, unfortunately, there are no extentions for sale.

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