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About the product
- Connect your Nintendo Wii game console to your HDTV or EDTV
- Provides best quality sound & video resolution!
- Gold-plated contacts
- Length: 1.8m / 5.7 ft
- Supports 480p, 576p, 720p, 1080i
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Component AV Cable for Nintendo Wii to HDTV
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The cable is approximately 6' long, and the component and sound connectors are clearly color-coded. Hooking everything up was a breeze (well, almost everything--except pulling out the receiver itself with all the cables we have going on back there was real pain). Once I straightened out the settings on the Wii, the picture is amazing. Even though it isn't digital sound through the cable, my AV receiver still puts out great surround sound, so we still hear the noise of the crowd in Wii Resort or the sounds of the outdoors in Dangerous Hunts.
A cable's basic function is to carry a signal from here to there, and this cable does it flawlessly for an extremely reasonable price. We get to take full advantage of what our Wii has to offer and I get to keep $20-$30 in my pocket. A five-star purchase for me of a 5-star product.
I've also tired out the 480p (Extended Definition) on my 720p HDTV, but it didn't look as good as 480i on the CRT, which is to be expected without a good external upscaler. The 480p mode did look a heck of lot better than the 240i I was getting out of the composite cables, though, so that's a plus for it.
If you want your Wii games to look their best, this is the cable to get. Just be sure to use a CRT TV or an external upscaler with newer HDTVs to make sure the image quality stays sharp.
Now, the reason why I bought these FANTA-BULOUS cables came as inspiration, I recently decided to eventually save for a Playstation 2 Slim, reason being was so I could have the best model of something that played 2 generations of Playstation, it plays PS1 and PS2 games, think of it this way, I basically have an old but amazing “gun” that fires two different types of old antique bullets, and these “bullets” can be found in many places being sold around the world by merchants that I can buy for cheap. So after permanently transferring all my Wii data into my Wii U back in the launch month of November 2012 I thought my Wii was useless, but recently I thought, “Hmm... What can I do with my now empty Wii?” and then it hit me. I have another “gun” that plays two generations of antique bullets! Gamecube, and Wii!
But, one minor problem:
It didn't come in the blue box that showed the cables. It came in this cardboard box without any bubble wrap or something to slightly protect the product. Other than that, it's something anybody should by if they wanna have better quality with their Wii or GameCube games.