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You can also hook up your SNES to the coaxial input to a VCR or modulator that you can get at retail stores then run the RCA cables to the TV set. From that point it's a matter of selecting the input with whatever remote, or making sure the modulator is plugged in. I use one similar to a Philips P71153.
Posted on Mar 14, 2009
Easy!! Im a game collector and i still have a SNES. The solution is simple
If you have a digital box then that means that a cable goes to the box and from the box a cable goes to your Tv. What you should do is unscrew that cable that goes to your Tv and you will screw the SNES coax cable notice that the SNES cable has and input coax cable entrance aswell so you can screw the Tv cable back in to it so you wont miss watching your fav channels after you finish playing awesome classic games on the SNES
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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