RGB Scart lead for Nintendo Wii £1 instore @ HMV - HotUKDeals
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Was in HMV today and they are selling an RGB Scart lead for the Nintendo Wii really cheap.

If your TV has an RGB enabled scart socket, use this to plug in your Wii, and it will automatically switch to the correct AV channel when you switch your Wii on instead of faffing around trying to find the correct AV channel.

I very much doubt that this is available nationwide.
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http://i254.photobucket.com/albums/hh89/thesaint01/DSC00352.jpg
#2
Also had these in Ipswich so it might well be nationwide!
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massmail666
Highcross HMV?


High street.
#4
If your TV has a component input you'd be better off with the Wii component cable. Granted, it'll cost you more than a quid but the Wii will do 480p through it.
#5
Excellent price - these used to be about £10 -15!

Of course component would be better, but £1 is an absolute bargain, especially for those without an HD TV.

Hot deal, Saint :thumbsup: - will have a look in my local for one for my niece's Wii :)
#6
They have these in Manchester too, I picked one up today.
#7
Unbelievably I did manage to get one - they had one left in the Stockton store... thanks again, Saint - rep left :)

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