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How do I connect a Nintendo 64 games system to a Hitachi TV?

I just got a Nintendo 64 off of eBay & I can't wait to play it.....but I can't figure out how to get it connected. I only have a DVD player hooked up to my TV, so I am not sure where the game should go. Can you help? Please be as clear as possible - I am not very mechanically inclined :(

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  • kdg1026 Jan 27, 2009

    There are only two cords off the game itself - the one that plugs into the wall (electrical outlet) and the other one is a round cord, has a small black box near the end that has a cord with a silver 'cuff' that has a very thin straight piece to plug into something...the black box says "RFU Adapter for Gamecube". The little silver piece comes out of that on that box there is a part that you can screw something onto that says Antenna. At the bottom of that same box it saya A/V In, & beside that it has a little switch that says Ch Select 4 3......

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It would seem that you did not receive the AV (Audio/Video) cables (Red/White/Yellow) but an RF adapter instead.

You have a couple options.

1) connect the RF adapter to an "Antenna In" if there is one on the back of the TV, then select channel 3 or 4 on the remote and the adapter or...

better option

2) purchase the AV cables either new or used from a store (gamestop, etc) You may still find new cables for the Nintendo Gamecube (3 Nintendo systems used the same AV cable) or used ones listed as being for the Gamecube or N64.

It's the better option because these cables offer better audio and video quality

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Hi kdg 1026,
The wire from the Nintendo should have 3 plugs on the end. Yellow, Whit and Red.
OPn the baqck of the TV you have inputs that are color coded, Yellow, White and Red.
Plug the wires into the color coded inputs.
Turn on Nintendo. Press input button on your TV remote until you get the picture.
Let me know if this helps.
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