A Wii Question

Discussion in 'General Gaming Chat' started by scot, Dec 27, 2006.

  1. scot

    scot Guest

    Right so I bought the kids one for xmas - they love it ofcourse. I also bought myself a new home theatre system on the cheap. I've got it working with movies and music but am yet to figure out how to do so with nintendo games. I'm technology challenged so any help would be much appreciated. This is for Dolby Pro Logic 2 by the way.

    Scott.
     
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  3. dobrien7

    dobrien7 Guest

    Plug Wii into an auxiliary channel eg video 2, tv etc and then video cable to tv, or just have audio cables to sound system, and video straight from source to tv. Make sense?
     
  4. ak47

    ak47 Guest

    yep

    chuck the audio cables into the surround system, and then the video cables into the TV
     
  5. Gay-Guy

    Gay-Guy Guest

    There might be a problem with the hardware.

    Send it to me in NZ by airfreight and I will see what I can do with it :)
     
  6. scot

    scot Guest

    So in simple terms, throw the red and white cables into the back of the DVD player and the yellow one into the back of the TV? I tried that, video worked but no sound.

    I might have to take you up on that offer GG.
     
  7. ak47

    ak47 Guest

    So in simple terms, throw the red and white cables into the back of the DVD player and the yellow one into the back of the TV? I tried that, video worked but no sound.

    I might have to take you up on that offer GG.
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    is it one of those DVD home theatre things, or is it an amp?

    If DVD home theatre - try other red n whites - you prolly just hit the wrong ones
    You may need to unplug ones already in use, as the spares u have free are going the wrong way - ie out/in

    If ur TV is working with Surround, just throw them all into the TV, and the TV should relay the sound into the surround
     
  8. woosaah

    woosaah Guest

    either that or you havnt set the dvd or the amp to the right setting. you might want to try changing the input on the remote as well.
     
  9. gjohn85

    gjohn85 Guest

    Don't send it to GG, you might not get it back.
     
  10. Mr. Laxative

    Mr. Laxative Guest

    Yes, you should send it to me... that way, it stays in Australia - I wouldn't trust a Kiwi teacher if I were you. He might let his class play on it. ;)
     
  11. Muse_Cubed

    Muse_Cubed Guest

    Are you using a composite/component/RGB scart connection? Because if you're using RGB scart there are no separate audio connectors...
     
  12. scot

    scot Guest

    I've got no idea mate. I'll get one of my friends to have a look for me sometime, as I think this is beyond me.
     
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