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Re: how do I hook up my wii to my smart tv
Without knowing the specific model of your TV, answering this can only be generic and these connections may not even exist on your equipment.
In all likelihood you should have (at least) two audio inputs (one red and one white) along with one video input. The video input is not always yellow (see example image below) as it is sometimes only included with the composite video connection. There is no reason the Video/"Y" connection should fail to work with your video cable on the Wii's RCA adapter.
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You will need to have a game consul hooked up to your TV either a Nintendo Wii or other, or it is possible if your TV is a Smart TV that you can download the Netflix program from your tv and get a subscription. the other way is to purchase a Google Chromecast device and then install Netflix and purchase a subscription for Netflix.
You have to hook it up to a standard Yellow/Red/White RCA jack. If it doesn't work on one, try another. Make sure you're on the proper input you hooked it up to on the T.V. If this doesn't work, try hooking it up to a different T.V. to rule out the Wii as the problem. Try hooking up a DVD player to the same RCA jack as the Wii was on the Hitachi. After all of these troubleshooting methods, you should be able to get your Wii properly hooked up.
You probably don't have something hooked up right or connected all the
way. If you are using component video cables, make sure that all of the
different plugs are plugged into the matching socket on your TV. Also,
make sure you have your TV on the right channel (3 or 4) if that's how
you have it setup.
Otherwise, you will want to look at the input settings on your TV and
make sure you are receiving the correct input, and if you have your Wii
plugged into a VCR instead of directly to your TV, try hooking it up
directly to see if it works.
If that doesn't work, try using a different TV - especially if it's a
TV you know works in color with a Wii. If it is still in black and
white, you might need to take it back to the store and exchange it for
a new one.