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If the TV has an unused HDMI port, use the HDMI cable that comes with the WII . If not , then use the 5 cable Hi def cable . Match the colors RGB on the cables to the same color input jacks on the TV The red and white cables are the audio. Make sure you don't get the wrong red cable mixed up. Note the input number near the jacks you use on the back of the TV. Select that number with the input button on the remote to see the picture.
This is actually really not good don't use a composite with a component input go to the store and buy an HD cord for you're wii if you need help ask the person in the store for a component cable for the wii.
Yes, just remember that the audio connections for the Wii are standard component (red and white). Be sure you plug the Wii cables into the proper input for you receiver, switch the receiver to that source, and you should be good to go.