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    Connecting Wii To LED TV

    I have a Nintendo Wii but the cable plug are Red/Yellow/White, how would I connect these to the LED TV? would I need a adapter?

    Here's a picture of the ports that is behind my LED TV but I have taken the picture from the manual,

    http://lulzimg.com/i20/920960.jpg

    When I bought the LED TV, it didn't came with 3 adapter leads

    I bought this adapter from eBay and received it today but when I plug it in and connect the 3 leads to the adapter, nothing shows up on TV source list,


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    You need a scart adapter for the red yellow white to use the scart on the tv

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    I bought this adapter from eBay and received it today but when I plug it in and connect the 3 leads to the adapter, nothing shows up on TV source list,
    Is that the correct cable for your TV? Make sure you tune your TV to the AV source also

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    Quote Originally Posted by luckydog82 View Post
    You need a scart adapter for the red yellow white to use the scart on the tv
    I have a LED TV, so most ports are different to old TV, take a look at this image,

    http://lulzimg.com/i20/920960.jpg

    Quote Originally Posted by Brian View Post
    Is that the correct cable for your TV? Make sure you tune your TV to the AV source also
    Don't know if it's the correct cable for my TV, I have press A button on the remote to refresh AV to check if it's plugged in but it says no device found

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    That is an odd setup on your TV. Based on the picture, it looks like you'd use the left hand 1/8" jack there with the adapter you got. it would be "AV IN" on your TV. You may have to enable the input, would be a function of the TV.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BluPhant View Post
    That is an odd setup on your TV. Based on the picture, it looks like you'd use the left hand 1/8" jack there with the adapter you got. it would be "AV IN" on your TV. You may have to enable the input, would be a function of the TV.
    I plugged in the adapter with the 3 leads to the adapter, I went to source list and refresh AV but it says no device found

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    Would be a problem with your set or possibly the cord. Did you have it connected to the wii at the time? I'd review the owners manual for your set; this issue would almost definitely be unrelated to the wii.

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    only a 21pin scart will auto flick u will need to manually switch av channels
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    Quote Originally Posted by BluPhant View Post
    Would be a problem with your set or possibly the cord. Did you have it connected to the wii at the time? I'd review the owners manual for your set; this issue would almost definitely be unrelated to the wii.

    -Blu
    But the cable I bought was similar to the one that is listed on Samsung website, cable model number is BN39-01154H

    Quote Originally Posted by bristoljay View Post
    only a 21pin scart will auto flick u will need to manually switch av channels
    I don't have scart ports, take a look at this image,

    http://lulzimg.com/i20/920960.jpg

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    use the ext rgb plug and the bit that come with the wii
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