Wii Component Cable 10 Metres Improves the Picture and Keeps the Leads at the Back of LCD TV
The Wii component video cable allows you to hook your Wii console system to a high-definition TV (HDTV) or enhanced-definition TV (EDTV) to view 480p progressive output. 480p progressive output displays at a higher resolution than standard 480i resolution. This plug and play Wii component cable is ideal for high definition televisions. It provides high quality sound and performance, with gold plated connectors for superior conductivity and extra durability which means that your game play wont be compromised. Connect to HDTV or EDTV (Enhanced-Definition TV) and enjoy the most stunning graphics available from Wii via 480p resolution
Nintendo Wii Component Cable :
With its revolutionary new control system, the Nintendo Wii™ truly puts you in the center of action. But to get totally immersedin your favorite Wii games, you also need the right video connection, one that maximizes the Wii’s 480p graphics capabilities. Component video cable for use with the Nintendo Wii console. 100% new high quality generic (non-OEM) Premium Component AV Cable for Nintendo Wii. This cable enhances picture quality to 480p resolution resulting in clear, crisp images with brighter colours. Ideal for larger, flatscreen HD tv’s with component inputs. Part of the Blue Ocean range of video game accessories. That cable, unfortunately, doesn’t come in the box with your console. To experience the best your Wii has to offer, step upto Game® Component Video and Stereo Audio. Component Video & Stereo Audio Cable for Nintendo Wii connects your Nintendo Wii to your Plasma, LCD, Projector or AV Amp.
- Length : 10m / 10 Metre
- High Quality Nintendo Wii Component Cable
- Nintendo Wii AV Multi Out connector
- 99.999% oxygen-free, silver-coated copper conductors for fast accurate and detailed digital video signal transfer.
- Injection-molded plastic headshell design with strain relief
- Superior professional robust build-quality & construction
- Over-specced 720p potential resolution capability