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As the title suggests how would I go about connecting the wii to my Dell 2407wfp and my Creative GigaWorks G500????
Is it possible?
06-20-07, 01:49 PM
Component cables for the monitor, but 480p looks like ASS on a 1920x1200 screen, just to let you know. My friend did this with his and you couldn't even play a few games (CoD3 for one).
06-20-07, 02:05 PM
Also, Your post is in the wrong forum... :p
Is this true people?
It has halted me in my tracks.
I dont have a TV in the house ^^ so its going to be an issue.
How terrible will ire look.
Are we talking seriously rubbish graphics here?
There is a dude selling a wii with a component cable. Very cheap! Any quick answers????
Also how do I connect sound... cheers
Some guy has offered to swap my Dell 2407Wfp for:
Wii (boxed) (console, wii-sports, controller etc..)
with Extra Wiimote + Nunchuck
6 games including Zelda, Rayman, Monkeyball, WarioWare, Excite Truck, Sonic & Wii Play etc..
2gb SD card
Wii component cable
Wii scart cable
Would also add 10 cube games (including Donkey Kong Jungle Beat with Bongo's )
Would also give you a cube memory card, and a wavebird wireless pad.
What do you think???
If it looks crap on the Dell it is a good opportunity to get rid of it.
I could buy a new TV screen for the Wii and PC.
I paid £530 for that monitor.... and im contemplating swapping for a wii which costs £180 :rolleyes:
06-20-07, 05:05 PM
I have nice HDTV and Wii doesn't look so bad on it. I don't know about LCD monitor but I guess you to test drive Wii on your LCD monitor before making any decision.
06-20-07, 05:26 PM
Don't make that trade. I'd rather buy one and a standard def TV than make that horrible trade.
The games I saw on the 2407WFP were Wii Sports, CoD3, and Rayman. The only one that was basically too muddy to get through was CoD3.
okay he has sweetened teh deal.
He will throw in a PSP with 8 games.....
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