How to Connect Your Wii to HDMI? Wii to HDMI Converter for Nintendo Wii

Enjoy a full 1080p High Definition display from your Nintendo Wii with this Wii to HDMI Converter!

Product Model: HS-CO1012
Input Connector: Wii AV Multi Out Plug x 1
Output Connectors: HDMI Connector x 1, 3.5mm Stereo Audio Jack x 1

How to connect Your Wii to HDMI HDTV?

How to connect Your Wii to HDMI HDTV?

Features of the Wii2HDMI Converter:
1. Supports all Wii display modes (NTSC 480i, 480p; PAL 576i);
2. Upscales video to digital HDMI 720p/1080i or 1080p resolution;
3. Converts Wii analog audio to digital HDMI audio;
4. Includes high quality, state of the art motion adaptive de-interlacing for 480i and 576i input modes;
5. Requires only a single HDMI cable (not included);
6. No external power adapter required;
7. Hassle-free, plug and play installation – plug it in and it works!

Applications:
1. This Wii to HDMI converter creates a super-accurate, rich and vibrant 480p reproduction of your Wii’s video signal. For the best performance, make sure your Wii’s video output setting is switched to 480p (also called “Enhanced Definition” in your Wii Resolution settings). This will double the average refresh rate of your pixels and deepen the colors.
2. The Wii to HDMI adapter including an additional 3.5mm stereo audio output, allows you to send stereo audio to another audio device of your choice (like an audio receiver).
3. Since HDMI is an audio/video signal, this Wii2HDMI converter rises to the task and handles both Audio and Video through the HDMI port. This conveniently allows you to run a single cable to your TV unless you wish to break the audio out separately using the adapter’s break-out 3.5mm port.

Wii to HDMI Converter Full HD 1080P

Wii to HDMI Converter Full HD 1080P

If you are interested in this Wii2HDMI Converter, please feel free to contact Hinsung.

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