Wii/Projector/Sound Issues/HELP

tomelli

Well-known Member
Help needed chaps.

I've managed to get a Wii for the kids this Christmas:)
I've also managed to borrow a projector from work, along with a 6ft screen. As of yet I have not seen the projector, but I am sure I will have to use composite leads to attach it to the Wii. My issue is with sound. Will I have any? I do not have an amp/receiver. Could I also attach the Wii to a TV and get sound that way? Is it worth lugging the screen home, or should I simply attach it to my 28" CRT in our second living room. I don't want to attach it to my Sammy 46" as while I play Gears of War, the Kid can wii it.

Any suggestions would be most appreciated.
Merry Christmas.
 

darkmavis

Active Member
i have my wii attached via composite...no u woint have sound unless the pj u have has a speaker in it... what model is it?
 

tomelli

Well-known Member
I know it sounds daft but I don't know what model it is. Standard school issue projector. Probably a Nec. I doubt it will have a speaker. Oh well. Thanks anyway
 

darkmavis

Active Member
theother problem is the sensor bar.. see the other wii thread dude.. :D)
 
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Stifmeister

Guest
Let me get this right.....
You've bought your kids a new Wii for Xmas and you've got a nice Samsung tv, but you've borrowed a school projector with no sound for THEM to play THEIR new Wii on, while you sit and play Gears of War on the Samsung at the same time?
I suppose it's too much to ask to play Gears of War when the kids go to bed, or even to join in and play the Wii with them for a couple of days....
Humbug!

S.
 

tomelli

Well-known Member
Let me get this right.....
You've bought your kids a new Wii for Xmas and you've got a nice Samsung tv, but you've borrowed a school projector with no sound for THEM to play THEIR new Wii on, while you sit and play Gears of War on the Samsung at the same time?
Humbug!

S.
:rotfl: :rotfl:
 

tomelli

Well-known Member
Stiffie. Are you trying to imply that I am a bad father. :confused:
I thought that playing on a very large screen would enhance the wii experience. Or, are you saying that at christmas I should be playing with the kids?;)
 

CrispyXUK

Well-known Member
Stiffie. Are you trying to imply that I am a bad father. :confused:
I thought that playing on a very large screen would enhance the wii experience. Or, are you saying that at christmas I should be playing with the kids?;)
Wii Sports on a Projector with other people is probably one of the best gaming experiences ever.
 

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