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Can i send video from Nintendo Wii through my home theater to my projector?

I have a projector that gets one video out cable from the home theater system. I also use the projector to play nintendo wii and im tired of constantly switiching the video cable that is plugged into the projector from the wii video cable to the video out cable from the home theater system. is there a way i can plug the video out cable from the wii into the home theater somewhere and have it send the wii video through the video out cable of the home theater i already have going to the projector? (sorry if this is confusing).

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A few things to consider; what type of connection is your Wii using? Composite, component, s-video, coax? Most home theater setups are made to route multiple video signals, usually of the Composite (RCA Red Yellow White) variety, and should be clearly labeled Video In. If it doesn't have extra inputs, you might want to consider buying a media switchbox- http://www.cyberguys.com/templates/searchdetail.asp?sk=MC71730&productID=7663 A switch like the one linked above allows you to hook multiple audio and video sources into it and easily switch between them by pressing a button on the front.

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