The Nintendo Wii games console supports two types of output when hooking up to a flat screen Toshiba TV. Almost all Toshiba TVs will support composite or AV input. The Wii comes with a grey AV Cable with three connectors -- coloured yellow, white and red -- for standard definition video and audio output. For better picture and sound quality from the Wii, you can use component input, available on Toshiba HD TVs. The Wii Component Cable, sold separately, has three plugs for video and two for audio.
- Skill level:
- Moderately Easy
Things you need
- Wii AV Cable or Component Cable
Insert the grey, rectangular AV Multi Out plug into the AV Multi Out socket. The AV Multi Out socket is found on the rear of the Wii.
Connect the AV Cable to your Toshiba TV's composite inputs. Plug the yellow video plug on the AV Cable into the matching yellow connector on your Toshiba TV.
Plug the white and red audio plugs into the matching sockets on your Toshiba TV. The red plug is for right stereo and the white plug is for left stereo. If you only find one audio input socket, connect the white plug only.
Turn on the Wii and the TV. Press the "Input" button (represented by a circle and arrow) on your Toshiba remote until you see the Wii menu.
Connecting to a Toshiba TV with AV inputs
Insert the rectangular plug at one end of the Wii Component Video Cable into the Digital AV Out port. The Digital AV Out port is found on the rear of the Wii console.
Connect the three video plugs on the Component Video Cable to your Toshiba TV. Plug the green "Y", blue "Pb" or "Cb" and red "Pr" or "Cr" plugs into the matching sockets on your TV.
Plug the red "Audio Right" and white "Audio Left" plugs into the matching component inputs. Do not confuse the red audio plug for the red video plug.
Turn on the Wii and the TV. Press the "Input" button (represented by a circle and arrow) on your Toshiba remote until you see the menu for the Wii.
Connecting to a Toshiba TV with component inputs
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