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Nintendo Wii RF Modulator 98p

Benayoun Avatar
8y, 6m agoFound 8 years, 6 months ago
GAMEware Nintendo Wii RF Modulator
went in store today and found this with a clearance sticker on it for 98p, online price is £4.99. good for a spare of even to use for other tv use so you dont have to keep disconnecting wires all the time
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#1
I really hope that nobody still uses these.
#2
I had one of these on my NES :D
#3
Does the Wii even come with an RF cable? I certainly don't recall there being one in the box, and I can't imagine many people use these still.
#4
i guess i'm too young to know what the hell an RF Modulator is - i've grown up with RGB :)
#5
Anyone using one of these should be shot.
#6
allday247
Anyone using one of these should be shot.


ROFL
#7
shot is a bit strong but why waste your money on a wii but a nes with duckhunt
#8
Cobra Triangle :)
#9
ill just laugh at you all when you need a spare and come running and asking for mine LOL
#10
Somewhere someone will be using this with one of the 40" samsung LCD deals that are frequently posted on here.

Who needs HDMI this does the job perfectly! lol.
#11
this is like buying the Mona Lisa and then hanging her in a clip-frame.
#12
For 99p it has its uses i connect this to to the arieal socket in the wall then i can tune the wii into any TV's in the house so i can play guitar hero(its all wireless of course) and look at the net...could play proper wii games if u get a wireless sensor bar as well
#13
Well I'm going to try one on my 40" toshiba lcd, because I have a problem where my Wii won't display properly at 60hz 480 when connected by scart on it. Yes it displays fine by component but my 360 is connected to that. My 360 isn't an hdmi version and Wii doesn't do hdmi, so that coupled with my telly having no vga connector severely limits my options and so far component splitters/boxes have not worked well for me.
#14
do you not have an S-Video input on your TV? That would be miles better than RF :)
#15
Meangreenie
Well I'm going to try one on my 40" toshiba lcd, because I have a problem where my Wii won't display properly at 60hz 480 when connected by scart on it. Yes it displays fine by component but my 360 is connected to that. My 360 isn't an hdmi version and Wii doesn't do hdmi, so that coupled with my telly having no vga connector severely limits my options and so far component splitters/boxes have not worked well for me.


Which scart? The out of the box one or the RGB one?
#16
K1LLER HORNET;2488015
i guess i'm too young to know what the hell an RF Modulator is - i've grown up with RGB :)

It simply allows you to connect the console through the aerial socket on the TV, I think the Dreamcast was probably the last console to be supplied with one.

John
#17
Meangreenie
Well I'm going to try one on my 40" toshiba lcd, because I have a problem where my Wii won't display properly at 60hz 480 when connected by scart on it. Yes it displays fine by component but my 360 is connected to that. My 360 isn't an hdmi version and Wii doesn't do hdmi, so that coupled with my telly having no vga connector severely limits my options and so far component splitters/boxes have not worked well for me.


Why not put your Wii back to standard resolution then? Keeping it at 480p while using an RF cable is kinda defeating the purpose I feel. ;)
#18
not like you got the wii for its super fantastic graphics tho is it :roll:
#19
Anybody know where I can find a wiring diagram for the Wii?

I'd like to rewire this to connect it to the scart socket of my DVD player so I can watch it in the kitchen via the aeriel lead for 99p!

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