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I just posted this in H/A because I had forgotten about this forum....
A little help would be appreciated if a few of your folks could spare it...
A day or so ago I went out and purchased this fine TV. This is the first TV I've bought in 6 years or so. It's replacing an old Sony Wega 20inch.
Now, I get it home, take it out, hook it up...great. TV looks great and the cable guys are coming over in the next few days to swap out my digital cable box for an HD upgrade.
Here's the issue...
The DVD player on my home theater system is old (6 years as well). It doesn't do the fancy pants component video. Either a one line video out (hello there yellow wire) or S-Video.
I went to watch a DVD last night and much to my dismay...it will only register in a very sloppy black and white. I get that I may have to bite the bullet on this one and head back to the store to get myself an S-Video hook up because the player is old school.
However, what the hell am I supposed to do with the Wii? It's the same audio/visual hook ups as my DVD player...
What am I missing? What other parts do I need to make my pretty new TV do more than just be a TV?
"zip, i dunno what it is about you, but there's something very cat-like about your face. i can't really place it. like, a puma or something. you'd make a good mountain lion."