How to setup dual TVs on Wii





Play FULL screen Wii tennis with two players or multiple partners

Play FULL screen Wii tennis with two players or multiple partners. Play Multi player Wii with your own full screen TV.

 

     Split the Wii signal to different TVs so that each player has there own FULL screen?      How to split a Wii to different TVs

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Split the Wii signal to different TVs so that each player has there own FULL screen?
How to connect 2 Wii consoles together.

All the games that support WiFi you can link 2 Wii systems together. A game can only link between two consoles IF there is a small ‘Nintendo  WFC’ logo on the box.  See the list of WiFi Wii games.  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Wii… 

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How to setup dual tvs on a Wii
How to split a Wii to different TVs.


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