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Can't get a Wii gaming system connect to the TV

We can't get the gaming system and a DVD player connected at the same
time to the TV

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Does your dvd player have HDMI cable if not I would simply use a video switcher http://www.elitevision.com.tw/VS-401.htm i have the wii and a VCR hooked up to this and works like a charm on my tv.

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