How can I hookup a Nintendo Wii to a new Samsung Smart TV?
As the title states I purchased a new Samsung Smart TV. I dug up from my basement my Nintendo Wii that I haven't used in at least 5 years. I have two young kids who I thought could make good use of this unit if it still works. I started to hookup the Wii today and then noticed that my tv doesn't have RCA connections. Is there an adapter I can purchase that can fix this problem? Or can I purchase some newer cables for the Wii that can make use of some other inputs of my TV?
Thanks in advance.
Since my TV is mounted against the wall I could only use a flashlight to look on the sides for the different inputs. There maybe different inputs flush on the back as I didn't want to ask my pregnant wife to help me lift the unit off the mount. The TV model I have is the UN55MU6290FXZC.
Below are the inputs for the TV I found off Best Buy
HDMI Inputs 3
MHL Inputs 0
Component Video Inputs 0
Coaxial Cable Inputs 1
Optical Digital Audio Outputs 1
Stereo Audio Outputs 0
Headphone Jack 0
USB Media Port 2
Internet Connectivity Wi-Fi and Wired
DLNA Certified Yes
Full Web Browsing Yes
Preloaded Apps YouTube; Netflix; Vimeo
Voice Control No
Motion Control No
Works with Google Assistant No
ENERGY STAR Qualified Yes