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  • KubaP commented on KubaP's instructable Wii Speak on Pc and Wii2 years ago
    Wii Speak on Pc and Wii

    Hello, Every question is a good one, so it's not stupid! The cable you are looking for is a mono cable. The yellow-white-red cables have a total of 6 cables in them 2 for video (yellow), 2 for right audio (red) and 2 for left audio (white). They are all identical cables, but colour coded. The noise you hear might be because of a few things. First thing to do is to try lowering the micboost in windows as that can generate a lot of noise, if that doesn't solve it you should check all of your connections to see if they're soldered correctly and don't look crusty. Also check if your cable is good, it can be that the cable is broken on the inside. Last thing to check, is to see if the microphone and ground aren't connected together inside the Wii speak and if they're connected correctly and ...

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    Hello, Every question is a good one, so it's not stupid! The cable you are looking for is a mono cable. The yellow-white-red cables have a total of 6 cables in them 2 for video (yellow), 2 for right audio (red) and 2 for left audio (white). They are all identical cables, but colour coded. The noise you hear might be because of a few things. First thing to do is to try lowering the micboost in windows as that can generate a lot of noise, if that doesn't solve it you should check all of your connections to see if they're soldered correctly and don't look crusty. Also check if your cable is good, it can be that the cable is broken on the inside. Last thing to check, is to see if the microphone and ground aren't connected together inside the Wii speak and if they're connected correctly and not inverted. But if you followed the tutorial that shouldn't be an issue.

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