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Wii2HDMI (Nintendo Wii) - £3.26 @ Aliexpress / Shenzhen MJT Technology Co., Ltd

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Bought one just like this two weeks ago and it's a must for those that still use their Wiis to play GameCube or Wii games. It definitely improves the picture quality a lot. Read More
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Bought one just like this two weeks ago and it's a must for those that still use their Wiis to play GameCube or Wii games. It definitely improves the picture quality a lot.
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Only a handful (less than 10) PAL GameCube games will actually play in 480p. NTSC is the only way to go when playing GameCube games.
1 Like #2
bought one a while ago to connect a wii to a projector via HDMI not bad considering its after market and it's cheap
banned#3
jaypr
Only a handful (less than 10) PAL GameCube games will actually play in 480p. NTSC is the only way to go when playing GameCube games.
The GameCube component is rare and expensive, plus the way to make PAL GC games is not an easy one.

Anyway, played Star Fox Assault with it today and it looked pretty good. Can't say I enjoy the game's ground battle stages but Arwing's stages are mindblowingly fantastic.
6 Likes #4
I use Component cables for my Wii and original XBOX. Which I still play on a lot, though mainly for emulation.

Whilst researching a new TV, I noticed some are no longer offering a component input.

So this seems perfect instead of buying a more expensive component to HDMI converter.

It's a shame though, never had any problems with my component cables, picture quality was a big improvement back in the day form scart, composite etc.
banned#5
Istanbul_Kop
I use Component cables for my Wii and original XBOX. Which I still play on a lot, though mainly for emulation.
Whilst researching a new TV, I noticed some are no longer offering a component input.
So this seems perfect instead of buying a more expensive component to HDMI converter.
It's a shame though, never had any problems with my component cables, picture quality was a big improvement back in the day form scart, composite etc.
My TV doesn't have component so I just bought a Wii2HDMI. The official Wii component will still get use on my other HDTV.
1 Like #6
Expect these to fall apart immediately, ours certainly did!
#7
I paid £5 and very happy as this split video and audio channels ;)
good price heat added
6 Likes #8
These are handy adaptors if you need hdmi or the audio connector. However they are no improvement over component if that's what anyone's expecting.

Edited By: Experiment on Nov 11, 2016 23:05
banned 1 Like #9
Experiment
These are handy adaptors if you need hdmi or the audio connector. However they are no improvement over component if that's what anyone's expecting.
From a comparison video the component looks darker and greyish. Even though I own the official Wii component I can't compare because my current TV has no component in the back.
#10
Thanks for the share - had no idea such a connector existed!
#11
Our one distorts the sound
#12
why when visiting the site does my browser ask to use my camera? anyone else had this?
4 Likes #13
EVEN Cheaper without box here
works out around £2.47

Edited By: mrpipster on Nov 12, 2016 15:00
banned#14
mrpipster
EVEN Cheaper without box here
works out around £2.47
Damn. Didn't see this one.
#15
Bought one of these 6 years ago to use the Wii with a computer monitor and it has never left the Wii since. Works perfectly fine.

Was £36!

Edited By: Sighn on Nov 12, 2016 17:55
#16
Heat. I notice there is a separate 3.5mm audio output. Presumably the audio is still carried on the main HDMI output and the 3.5mm output is just an additional audio source?
banned#17
steveyboy79
Heat. I notice there is a separate 3.5mm audio output. Presumably the audio is still carried on the main HDMI output and the 3.5mm output is just an additional audio source?
That seems to be the idea, I don't use the 3.5mm audio output it has.

Edit: When connected to the Wii it also shows up a blue cool light for some reason.

Edited By: Spasho on Nov 12, 2016 18:19
#18
from the sample... seems to be a bit brighter but also seems to produce more 'jaggies'
tbh the component signal seems smoother but moot point if no component input!
#19
Spasho
mrpipster
EVEN Cheaper without box here
works out around £2.47
Damn. Didn't see this one.
This shows as £2.92 for me, anyone else?
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I've used one of these for years, always been fine. However one thing to note is the audio is over driven - It'll sound really loud and somewhat distorted, to fix that simply plug in a set of headphones into the jack at the back of the adapter. Sound will still come through the HDMI still, but now the sound will be fine.

Edited By: Pac3y on Nov 13, 2016 01:32
#21
use one of these, no issues.

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