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December 26, 2012

Buy one, get one free offer from Blue Coast Records

Fans of Blue Coast Records, take note. The company is offering a buy one disc or download, get one free offer till Jan 1, 2013.

Its website says:

Buy any Song or Album and Get One Free!

Disc or Download – any purchase made from December 21, 2012 through January 1, 2013 is eligible to receive a free music download of a song or album (of equal or lesser value).

To receive your free download, forward your online purchase receipt to support@bluecoastrecords.com with a note telling us which free download you’d like (and your preferred format) to have sent to you.

Give us 24-48 hours to receive your download. We manually send out the downloads and will make every attempt to get your free music to you as soon as possible! If you don”t hear from us, please contact us again.

For more information, click

Updatehttp://www.av2day.com/2013/01/buy-one-get-one-free-offer-extended-till-jan-15/

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Demirel 4:38pm on July 16, 2013

Your Wii and your TV are perfectly cmpoatible; you've hooked something up wrong.How do you have it connected at the moment?If you're using the cables that came with the Wii (Composite cables white, red, and yellow ends), make sure they're connected to the composite input on your TV, and that the appropriate input has been selected when the TV is on (usually something like source , input , or video on your remote). If your TV doesn't even have a composite video port, then you need to by a component cable for your Wii. Again, once hooking that up, make sure your TV is set to the right input. Essentially, no TV made in the last couple of decades is incompatible with any current video game console.

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Demirel 4:38pm on July 16, 2013

Your Wii and your TV are perfectly cmpoatible; you’ve hooked something up wrong.How do you have it connected at the moment?If you’re using the cables that came with the Wii (Composite cables white, red, and yellow ends), make sure they’re connected to the composite input on your TV, and that the appropriate input has been selected when the TV is on (usually something like source , input , or video on your remote). If your TV doesn’t even have a composite video port, then you need to by a component cable for your Wii. Again, once hooking that up, make sure your TV is set to the right input. Essentially, no TV made in the last couple of decades is incompatible with any current video game console.