yeah i think my composie connection is free, component and svideo are taken by dvd and freeview. has anybody on here got thei wii on a pj? how mu ch are the wireless sensor bars and does it go underneath the screenor anywhere?
I've got my Wii hooked up to my Panny AX100 using the official component cable (see link below) attached to a 10 meter profigold component cable. It's projected on to a 110 inch screen and it's looks good... but plays even better:
To be honest, although it's not a hi-def console and it's never going to look as good as a 360 on the big screen, if you use the composite cable it'll look awful. You're much better off investing in a decent quality component cable of suitable length and attaching the Wii component cable to it. If you're component output is already in use it might be worth investing in a splitter. Trust me, playing Wii Tennis and Bowling on a BIG screen with your mates is the only way to play.
My PJ screen is sitting above a 32 inch t.v. - it's no contest choosing which screen to use when playing on the Wii.
P.S. The sensor bar sits below the screen and is still perfectly accurate.
Well unless you're very lucky and you're able to connect the Nintendo component cable directly into your PJ you're going to need a "long-run" component cable. Simply connect the Wii component cable to the "long-run" component cable using one of these:
on my 7 foot wide screen. It can be a bit weird when you first point the controller at the screen. It doesn't show where you thought it would, but once your sensor is on screen, it's easy to flick around as our brains does the work for us.
In theory you could put two LEDs at the corners of the screen (or at whatever position makes the pointer show at the corner when you point it at the corner), but I'm not sure I would like it as much for general gaming like Mario Galaxy. as you would have to move your arm around a lot more.