Originally Posted by wolfpackron
Can Wii be used with an audio video receiver to support dolby digital audio? I have a Yamaha A/V receiver, a Sony Wega tv and Wii for netflix. I get audio from the TV. I have an optical cable from the output of the TV to the A/V receiver but no dolby digital audio. I also have RCA cables on the audio as well. Still no DD. Thanks in advance, WolfpackRon.
Also, is there an app for Pandora for the Wii gaming machine?
Also, is there an app for Youtube?
While Wii can & does output Dolby Pro Logic II, not sure if Netflix stuff is sending that signal or not. Probably best to run your receiver in DPLII for the Wii input & let your ears decide. Wii, however, does NOT output digital audio.
THIS, however, maybe an option:http://www.neoya.com/shop/?gclid=CLH...FQpvbAod6xuTFw
While it will not upconvert Wii video at all, the above linked product does give Wii an HDMI out that will carry both audio & video via a single cable. Still not actual Dolby DIGITAL audio, though - just normal Wii audio now carried via HDMI.
Pandora for Wii? No.
You Tube, OTOH, has a "game console friendly" version that, while not available to have on your Wii Channel menu, can be bookmarked (or even may be out of the gate - not sure) in Wii's downloadable Opera-based Internet Channel browser (free to download from the Wii Shop).