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I am assuming that you are talking about a Nintendo Wii. When you buy a Wii it comes with standard RCA composite cables that are three colors, Red, White and Yellow. Yellow is the cable that carries the video signal and the red/white carry the stereo audio signal. You would need to connect these cables into the corresponding color inputs on your tv. Plug the yellow ended cable into the yellow jack on your TV and do the same for the red and white cables. After this is done, you will need to switch your tv's input to the input that corresponds to the one you plugged those cables into. Some newer flat panel TVs do not come with RCA composite inputs. If this is your problem, you will need to get some component cables for your Wii. These cables look identical to RCA (composite) cables but come in colors red, green, blue, red and white. In this case the red, green and blue cables carry the video signal and the red and white carry the audio. You can purchase these from just about any store that carries the Wii or online from places such as Amazon.com.
Usually this is either a cable or a mode issue. First make sure that you have the correct cable connections. (Composite video cable to a component video jack is one possible cause of the problem.) Component video cables are not included with the set but will give better results. However, composite video in from the wii's composite video out should give good results.
If you are using HDMI or component video cables, then go into the Wii video menus to select the correct mode for your tv. Check your TV manual and the Wii setup guide for details on the mode (resolution, etc) you should be using.
If the problem persists, try new video cables and make sure that they are fully seated on both sides. Try switching inputs if you have several available.
in the component area o n back of tv connect wii's cables to the bottom row. yellow = bottom right with yellow circle and red and white to then going to the left and skipping 2 holes plug red and white into audio left and right . then set source on tv to AV
Are you using the default video cable (Red, White, Yellow) for video and sound? Make sure the Red and White are connected to the audio in for video 2 and that the yellow is connected to the video in for video 2. It might also be labeled composite video on your TV. If you are using the Red/Green/Blue plugs labeled component or Y/Pb/Pr then that might your problem with the black and white video.
As for the controller sync problem, you should press the red button next to the SD card slot on the Wii and the red button under the battery door of the new Wii remote in order to sync the two.
I figured it out,
The solution to my problem was to update my video cables for my new HDTV.
I found out through trial and error that I can only have one Anolog device hooked up to the TV because with two Anolog devices hooked up the same way it must confuse the TV somehow making one of the inputs showing up in Black and White, So I purchased the color coded AV jacks and everthing works like a charm now.
You could have a drain on your AC (120) causing the hum bars in your set . Best thing to try is to reduce what you have plugged into your 120v outlet . One of your unit could have a capacitor going bad in its power supply causing the hum bars . Even if it is not turned on. Try one unit at a time . if you find out it one of your units they make what is called a line conditioner which filters out these hum bars . Good luck
more then likely you are usingcomponent input if you are check to make shore they are hooked up correctly red to red green to green and blue to blue if they are you might have a bad cable I have not seen a color stream board bad yet