SETTING UP THE NINTENDO WII DISPLAY OPTIONS
SETTING UP THE NINTENDO WII DISPLAY OPTIONS Rating 3out of 5 3665 Views Small but perfectly formed is how we’d describe the Wii. The amount of fun packed into Nintendo’s tiny console bursts out and fills the room once you grab the controller. In fact, the Wii is so entertaining it’s entirely possible to miss all the extras and options the console features. Changing these only takes a few minutes and can really improve the fun you have on your little white box. Here’s a look at the display options. It should take under 15 mins 1 Article Ease WHAT YOU'LL NEED Games Console The Knowhow From the Nintendo Wii main screen, select Wii options. On the next scren, select Wii Settings. Once on the Wii System Settings screen, select Screen. From here all the display options can be changed. Widescreen Settings lets you adjust the display to best match your television: Standard 4:3 or Widescreen 16:9. Screen Position: Some models of television centre their display slightly differently to others. Using this you can alter the screen so you get the fullest possible picture. Screen Burn-in Reduction. Sometimes, an image can become burnt into a television screen if it remains static for too long. This isn’t a problem with many modern sets, as they have built-in measures to stop it, but it is recommended that you play with this option on as a preventative measure. TV Type. Depending on the age of your television, you will need to select different options. 50 Hz select this if you have an older TV 60 Hz select this is your TV is new EDTV\HDTV for this you will need a Nintendo Wii component cable, available to buy separately. This option and cable provide the best picture quality on the Nintendo Wii. With a few changes, you can make sure you’re getting the most eye-catching visuals the Wii can deliver. Have fun!
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