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Nintendo 64 - sound not working on new TV

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!

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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:

www.pj64-emu.com/

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