Question about Televison & Video
Has your freeview tv got a built in RF i.e (not a digital freeview) tuner? If it hasnt then you wont be able to tune it into your LCD TV by connecting it through your aerial socket. However I think you can get a cable so that you can plug the nintendo directly into a scart or rgb input. Something like this.
Then you can just switch to your scart or rgb source on your telly and play on your snes.
Posted on Nov 27, 2008
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