Wii Composite vs. Component Cables

I finally received my Wii component cable, which I ordered before I even had a Wii, allowing me to run in 480p mode on my Pioneer plasma as well as providing a higher detail overall image with more accurate colors. I’ve taken some comparative photos of various Wii screens as seen through both the stock composite and the new component cables.

Have a look for yourself.

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4 Responses to Wii Composite vs. Component Cables

  1. Sean says:

    Reading this made me think of a question and yes I know it has nothing to do with the topic per-say. I was just wonding as I see from the 3 blogs I watch and read (all geek, all the time) each of you have a Wii or PS3, etc. Is buying this stuff a tax right-off in anyway if your blog makes you any money (google ads or such?)

  2. blakespot says:

    Well, if I purchased it specifically for a review or something then, yes, I think I could write off something like the PS3 or Wii. I write off certain portions of my home computer setup as it is where I run my sites, which are indeed home businesses.

    And yes, Google AdSense is my primary source of website income, the most being generated at http://www.ipodhacks.com

    I have not and am not writing off the Wii tho.

  3. Seth says:

    PLEASE HELP MEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEee

    Mi super nintendo and mi N64 arnt working on mi LG plasma tv and now i cant play them and stuff.

    My playstation, ps2, gamecube, xbox, x360, and wii works on it but not them Y Oh Y

    Does n e one know the problem and or solution

    Email me ooo_wasup@hotmail.com OR

    smiley_pie7@hotmail.com

  4. Martina says:

    The component cables is very nice.

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