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    I'm going to order it then, thanks!

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    Awesome. If you've had as much trouble finding a solution as I have then you'll be quite happy with this adapter.
    The only thing I noticed with this was that I had to adjust my monitor contrast/brightness to half of the default setting on the monitor inorder to remove scanlines from black background. Doing so also made they picture much more crisp and colors more vibrant. There is no loss in quality that I could see. I'm most pleased.

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    Received it last week. No problem with it, it works just fine. Just don't forget to set your Wii to progressive mode (480p) or you'll see some flickering on your screen. I'm really glad I found this adapter!

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    Glad you're happy with it. It brought new life to my wii. Nothings worse than using a POS CRT TV for a console with poor graphics to begin with. This adapter and the change to 480p really makes a huge difference. I can play Call of Duty and actually see what I'm shooting at. Best $39 I spent in ages.

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    Wii2HDMI sound problem

    I have noticed a bit of noise in the Wii menu (for example, when you push the Wii Button on the left). I'm using Neoya HDMI cable. Do you have noticed the same problem with the sound? Can the cable be the problem? It looks be a bad digital conversion sound.

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    I have noticed this noise only in the Wii menu. It’s like a “doppler” (“echo” or something similar). The sound have a bit of distortion. This happens sometimes (not always), you advert this when push a button from the menus (I haven´t noticed it in games). It doesn’t happen with components or RGB.

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    Does this really improve image compared to a 480p via component cable ?

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