I recently moved into university halls of residence and took with me a new TV and my N64. At home the console worked perfectly, but now with another TV I'm not getting any sound, even though the picture is fine.
The sound on the TV works fine on the Playstation 2 and freeview, so I'm thinking it's to do with the aerial cable. I'm not using an aerial splitter as I have an aerial which feeds directly into a freeview box, which connects to the TV through scart, so the aerial socket on the TV is used for the N64 only.
If anyone could help I'd be grateful, as I'm missing some crucial Goldeneye level themes!
Because the 64 is somewhat old I would suggest getting an aerial splitter because the system may not be able to function properly with out it. Try it and see how it turns out. Or, if you don't mind, you could play that game on the computer if you have one. Download Project64 from:
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2 different ways to hook up a n64 1 way is 3 cables 1st white 1 yellow 1 red used for n64 gamecube and super nintendo systems. 2nd way and the way mine is hooked up it is like a plug for cable but for n64 / gamecube only mine is from madcatz
Well It might be the gamepack but the only way to test it out is to try it one a different N64 console to see if you have any luck if it works somewheres else than your N64 console has an internal problem of it 0 luck on something else than Its a fake gamepack because the old consoles will reject fake game packs then.
Find the cable that connects the N64 and the TV. Unplug both ends. Turn off the console. Plug in the console end of the cord. On the TV side of the cord, look at the colors of the plastic and the holes on the TV. Match these up and plug them in.
Check all of your plugs, make sure they are clean. Make sure the game that you have inside the system is clean and free of dust as well as the game connector port on the system. Make sure you are on your A/V channel. If all else fails, you ma have to gt a new A/V plug. When I got my Nintendo 64, I tried to plug it in to my TV using the plug that came with it, but it did not work. I soon found that the Playstation 2 A/V cable that I have also has two additional cables to it, and one of them works in the N64 system. So, I tried to play the system with that cable plugged in, and it worked, so I would suggest buying a new A/V cable that works in the N64 system.
If you are using the original AV plug for the N64, it will probably not work on a new TV. You must find a new AV plug in a store, or on eBay, Amazon, etc. This plug must have the red, white, and yellow ends to it. those are the color coded ends that go into the TV.
it's the audio cable. these might be a little harder to find becuase most trade-in stores like Microplay want to sell you a whole new system AND cables. http://www.microplay.com/home.aspx try e-mailing them and look at a store locater so you can find the one closest to you and ask them about it.