I currently have the wii scart (with RGB leads) plugged into this: http ://www .amazon. co.uk/GENUINE -SAMSUNG-CONNECTOR-BN39-01154F-BN39-01154A/dp/B005POM8WO (had to break url as cannot post urls due to post count) GENUINE SAMSUNG LED LCD & PLASMA SCART ADAPTOR CABLE LEAD CONNECTOR ADAPTER BN39-01154F / BN39-01154A ^^ The TV I have has no scart socket so uses the above. It does have RGB holes in it though, so would it be best if I plugged the RGB into the tv directly rather than the scart bit that came with the Wii? That is until I can get a component cable (the official ones seem to be expensive). The Wii I have is the latest model that doesn't play GC games. TV is LED.
I've got my Wii hooked up to my Samsung HDTV via the scart (with coloured leads into scart) plugged into what I'm assuming is just a simple lead allowing scart to be plugged into HDTVs (it's a small lead that the scart plugs into then the lead plugs into the tv). Sorry, I'm not that techie savvy when it comes to HDTVs. Anyway, I'm playing Xenoblade Chronicles and it looks a bit well, not as smooth as it possibly would on a normal SD tv? I don't know, but it seems very non smooth looking and I was wondering if I need to downscale to SD on the tv to make it look better.... Um, hope someone understands what I'm trying to say.