Originally Posted by tonyyyy
how did you run your wii sensor to the tv?
also did you run usb extension cable to your tv as well for like a webcam?
The wii sensor is wireless - you can pick them up pretty cheap on Amazon.
I only ran 2 sets of cables between the equipment and TV. One HDMI cable and one 5 wire component video/audio RCA cable from Cables to Go. The audio cables connect the cable box to the TV speakers for when we do not want to use the HT system (WAF). There is also an optical cable run from the cable box to the receiver for when I want to use the HT system when watching sports.
Good luck story - When we were having the house finished back in early 2007, my AVR at the time could only handle component video and lower. After doing some reading, I decided to add the HDMI cable at the very last minute just in case....so glad i did.
Getting to your USB question - there is a USB input on the front of the Onkyo AVR where I can pass any signal through to the TV (I'll confess that I have only used it once during original set-up). I typically pull videos or pictures from either the Apple TV, AVR network capability or simply plug in the Atlona AT-Air3 wireless broadcast steamer to a laptop.
Hope this helps