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Wot do i need to play a n64 on a tv in cuba

Would I need an adapter or converter for use on the tv

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I do not think so

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I have a Samsung flat screen tv and cannot set up a n64


Upon looking up your tv I realize it has no composite (yellow, red, white) input. Without that you can not hook up your N64. There are other options though. You could buy an RF adapter for the N64 (Gamecube, Super Nintendo, and N64 cables are the same) but by doing so you will lower the picture quality a bit. Or you can buy a component to composite converter (like this but if you shop around you could probably find a better one for cheaper http://www.amazon.com/Component-Composite-w-Down-Scaling/dp/B003FJKHBU ) Lastly if you have a DVD player or VCR that has component cables you could hook that up to your tv and then hook the N64 into it. Good luck!

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Download the full game A10 Cuba (Not The Demo) at http://www.gameswin.org/index.php

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My n64 will not turn on... the red light won;t show up the tv is blank, all the cords are plugged in HELP!!!!


Well you could buy and try a new N64 ac adapter to see if it makes a difference then.
For my problem with no red light showing up on at all I talk out the old motherboard and install a new one then.
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Im trying to play my N64 (Nintendo 64) and the red light comes on but i can get a picture or sound from the TV. It is an older TV (it says "ADVENT" on the front). It is not a plasma or an LCD TV....


Well you need an N64 rf switch piece for it to work on a tv that does not have the rc jacks on it. I have the rf switch for N64 then thats what you need too.
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Which cables do I need to connect my Nintendo64 to my TV? And where do I put them? The tv is an emerson model: ewl20s5 c


the only cord you need to plug into you tv just to play is the input plug (the one that splits into 3 plugs; one yellow, one white, one red).

you also obviously need to plug the nintendo 64 into the wall for power.

this goes for most, if not all video game systems, as long as your not trying to go on the internet

Nov 23, 2009 | Nintendo 64 Console

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Its fuzzy at the start and then resets over and over again


even though the adapters allow you to physically plug in the N64, the voltages/amps might be different. try to use a voltage converter, and please, don't let your N64 fry. 

Jul 02, 2009 | Nintendo 64 Console

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N64 will not play on new TV and Stereo Reciever


maybe it's just the T.V I mean the N64 is like 10+ years old and you're trying to get it to work in a new T.V! I reckon that your best bet is to buy an older T.V to play it with or get an emulator e.g PJ64 on your computer and then you can still play your games

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In order to play a different region game on a different region TV (example playing a PAL game on a NTSC tv) your tv needs to be automatic enabled. Some tv's have an option on the remote to change the input signal to PAL NTSC or SECAM. If your tv does not have that then there is literally nothing you can do apart from get a different tv with this feature.

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I think its because you need a vcr for the older systems like N64.

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