- Get the best analog video & audio out of your Wii or Wii U using this high-quality fully shielded cable
- HD Retrovision cables are properly engineered and constructed; don't settle for cheap unshielded cables which result in poor video quality and audio interference issues
- Supports all available Wii & Wii U YPbPr video resolutions up to and including 1080p (see product description below)
- Full coverage 360° shielding prevents audio and video crosstalk (click on photos for more details)
- Proper 75Ω (75 ohm) coaxial cable impedance for optimal video quality (click on photos for more details)
Use these high-quality cables to connect your Wii or Wii U console to the YPbPr component video inputs on your TV or other video equipment. These cables are properly engineered and constructed to deliver the best analog video & audio out of your Wii or Wii U console. The fully shielded design eliminates audio and video crosstalk, while the 75Ω (75 ohm) impedance effectively transmits the full video detail even at 1080p resolutions.
***WARNING*** for Wii consoles running in 480i or 576i modes only:
Certain Virtual Console titles require your TV or monitor to support “240p” (NTSC/60Hz regions) and/or “288p” (PAL/50Hz regions) over its YPbPr input(s) in order to use this product in those scenarios. If this a concern for you, then please test your equipment using HD Retrovision's 240p/288p Compatibility Test prior to purchasing. Some titles allow for overriding this limitation by accessing the Operating Guide via the Wii Remote’s HOME button and then simultaneously pressing Z+A+2 on the Wii Remote & Nunchuk, such that a confirmation *DING* is heard.
∙ Length: 6 feet (1.8 meters) nominal
∙ Impedance: 75Ω (75 ohm) nominal
∙ Shielding: Aluminum Mylar w/ Copper Spiral
∙ RoHS Compliant
Wii Supported Video Standards:
∙ CEA-770.2-D (240p60, 480i60, 480p60)
∙ ITU-R BT.1700 (288p50, 576i50)
Wii U Supported Video Standards:
∙ CEA-770.2-D (480i60, 480p60)
∙ CEA-770.3-E (720p60, 1080i60)
∙ ITU-R BT.1700 (576i50)
∙ SMPTE 274M (1080p60)
*NOTE: "60" implies both 60Hz and 59.94Hz.
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