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Nintendo6400

I got my wii u but for some reason it wont go hd. My tv is kinda old (square old) but we have a box that can make the tv HD and the HDMI cable is plugged in. Has anyone ha the same problem and made it work? thanks

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Hokori

Yeah I can't tell the difference from a wii game either (wii games look that good )

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irken004

You'd need a HDTV to see HD. A converter is kinda pointless without an HDTV.
And go into the settings to see what the video stuff is set on.

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Hokori

irken004 wrote:

You'd need a HDTV to see HD. A converter is kinda pointless without an HDTV.
And go into the settings to see what the video stuff is set on.

How come I still can't see a difference if the GamePad is 780P? It still looks like a wii game (or PS2/3/V or 360 game)

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TheKingOfTown

HarmoKnight wrote:

irken004 wrote:

You'd need a HDTV to see HD. A converter is kinda pointless without an HDTV.
And go into the settings to see what the video stuff is set on.

How come I still can't see a difference if the GamePad is 780P? It still looks like a wii game (or PS2/3/V or 360 game)

The GamePad is at 480p, the same as Wii. That's probably why they look the same.

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Discostew

A TV that is not HD cannot become HD with a converter. Are you sure it isn't a converter to go from HD to SD? You know, having the HDMI connector from the Wii U to the converter, and then component/composite from the converter to the TV?

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Hokori

TheKingofTown wrote:

HarmoKnight wrote:

irken004 wrote:

You'd need a HDTV to see HD. A converter is kinda pointless without an HDTV.
And go into the settings to see what the video stuff is set on.

How come I still can't see a difference if the GamePad is 780P? It still looks like a wii game (or PS2/3/V or 360 game)

The GamePad is at 480p, the same as Wii. That's probably why they look the same.

I was kidding the Gampad deffently looks like 780P

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GameLord08

@HarmoKnight: No, it's optimised 480p. The fact that it's optimised with the size of the GamePad's screen is what makes it looks so crisp and clear.

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WesCash

You can't magically make the TV display HD. As everyone else has said, you need an HD TV. For an SD TV, an HD box won't do anything more than an SD box.

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