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Which cable do you have? Turn on your TV and console.
The console automatically uses the default display settings. If you want to try to improve the video display, you can change the settings on the console.
On a high-definition TV, if the cable has a yellow RCA composite video connector, leave it disconnected. Turn on the TV and console.
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Connect the left and right white and red audio connectors on the VGA cable to the audio port on the monitor. Turn on the TV or console. Was this article helpful? Thanks for your feedback!
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We're sorry this article didn't solve your problem. We won't give up and neither should you. Try this community option, below. Joined Jul 22, Messages It is possible, according to this: Maybe switch the cables around while still keeping the same colour for the same thing, obviously just so you can make sure?
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Joined Sep 12, Messages 3, The cables are working perfectly. I have tried them and they work perfect when plugged into the first component in. I have a feeling there is a problem the second component in as that's when I get the problems. Sinbad Honorary Master Dec 28, Joined Jun 5, Messages 62, Are you using a component out on the wii?
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The two are not compatible, even though the cables are physically the same. I am using composite. Will it not work? Component is a completely different protocol, with red, green and blue on different cables. The yellow cable on your composite plug set is video, red and white are stereo audio. Or do you want to connect your composite to component?
Joined May 12, Messages 5, While the cables are the same, composite and component are not compatible with each other.
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Component out should always go to component in, and composite out always goes to composite in. The sound plays through perfectly. The problem I have is the video is in black and white only. Then maybe it's a pal vs NTSC problem? Speedster Executive Member Dec 29, Joined May 2, Messages 6, Basically on my tv there is one AV input for yellow, white and red and then two sets of component inputs - So I am trying to connect either my wii or dstv to one of the component inputs using composite - does that make more sense?
That is what I am trying to do. I have the RCA cables yellow, white and red for both the dstv and wii. I have the dstv connected and picture looks perfect. When I try connect the wii RCA cables into the component input, I get sound but my picture is black and white.
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