What are the cables I need for the Wii?
1. The Nintendo Wii’s Default TV Cables. Shipping with the Nintendo Wii was a proprietary cable, the Wii AV Cable This connects to the Nintendo Wii at one end, and the RCA TV inputs at the other. (Red and white are for audio; yellow is for video.)
How do I hook up my Wii game to my TV?
Insert the AV Multi Out plug on the Wii AV Cable into the AV Multi Out connector on the back of the console. Once the cables are inserted and the Wii console is powered on, you must find the Input Select for your TV to view the game.
How do you hook up a Wii without AV cables?
There are many adapters that allow you to connect your Wii to an HDMI port, by plugging directly into the console. This makes adapters like the Portholic Wii to HDMI Converter easy to use. Connect the HDMI adapter into the back of your Wii.
Is there a HDMI cable for Wii?
Wii HDMI converter converts the standard Wii output into an HDMI 1.3 compatible device allowing audio and video to be carried over a single HDMI cable. It outputs video and audio in full digital HDMI format and supports all Wii display modes (NTSC 480i 480p, PAL 576i).
Does Wii come with component cables?
Component Video Cables are sold separately. The Wii mini is only compatible with Wii AV Cables. Ensure you are using the Wii AV Cables that came packaged with the system. If the cables you are using to connect the Wii to your television have only three connectors, they are most likely the Wii AV cables.
What do red white and yellow cables mean?
They are often color-coded, yellow for composite video, red for the right audio channel, and white or black for the left channel of stereo audio. This trio (or pair) of jacks can often be found on the back of audio and video equipment.
What are the USB ports on the Wii for?
Usefully, those two USB ports can come into play again: simply plug in a USB keyboard and you can type away on Hotmail or Google Mail to your heart’s content. As you may already know, the Wii Photo Channel lets you take photos from a digital camera’s SD card and draw on them or turn them into jigsaws.