I have an old RCA tv. It Doesn' t have the three input holes (red, white, yellow). It just has the one for cable. ALso If I can find out how to connect it somehow I still don't know where to find the input select, AUX, Line In, or whatever. I was hooking it up through the VCR, which we got rid of and now I can't get it to hooked up directly to the TV.
Its not actually possible to connect it to your tv if it doesnt have a rca or a scart socket. if you have the old cables for a nintendo 64 they might work on it but otherwise you will need a new tv or medium to connect it through. If you did manage to connect it then you wouldnt need to play it on AV as because it was going through the aerial it would just appear on one of the channels.
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You're not very clear about why you cannot get the GameCube to play, but if I may assume, it sounds as though your TV does not have the necessary input to get the game cube plugged into it.
If this is correct, you can find an RF Adapter which will work on Any TV with a coaxial (cable) input. If your TV doesn't have the red, yellow, white inputs, this will work for your gamecube and your TV:
OK, here is the breakdown on whet you are doing wrong.
Video 1 - Composite - Video - Yellow White - Audio In - Right Red - Audio in - Left
Video 2 - Components - HD - RGB = Red, Green, Blue Video - Red - Red Colors Green - Green Colors Blue - Blue Colors White - Audio In - Right
Red - Audio in - Left
Your GameCube will only work on Video 1, unless you buy an HD (Component cable). You will need to buy HD cables for your device connected to Video 1 to work on video 2. I will assume it is a DVD player. This is a high definition cable to produce a better picture. Let me know if you do not completely understand
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Connect the composite video RCA (yellow) cable output of the DVD player to the TV's video input RCA (yellow jack). Connect the red and white RCA cable from the DVD players audio output to the TV's audio input (red and white jacks). Select the source input from the TV's control panel - if it has an input selector switch, set it to select the video source from the front panel input jacks if you connected the three cables - yellow, red and white on the front of the set. Or, change the channel to receive the video auxiliary input source instead of the broadcast station.
on the back of your VCR there will be a yellow colored port - most likely labeled "OUT" as well as possibly a white/red pair of ports. The yellow is for a VIDEO hookup, the white and red are for AUDIO hookups. These ports use what is called an RCA type connection. Radio Shack, or just about any department store should be able to sell you an inexpensive set of RCA cables.
now on the back of the TV (possibly on the side) you will also have the yellow, white and red ports.
Hook one end of the RCA cable to the colored ports on the VCR, the other end of the cable to the colored ports on the TV.
last thing - the TV most likely has multiple inputs. there is probably a input button on the TVs remote, you need to press that button to cycle through the inputs until you get to the one the VCR is hooked up to. its easiest to put a tape in the VCR and press play - when you get to the right input, you will see your tape...
Use the RCA video cable have Yellow,Red,White.Just plug the three Y,R,W,connetion plugs in the out holes input in the VCR.The other side of the cable Y,R,W,connection plugs to the other end Y,R,W to the tv in holes out input.
hi there send it back to nintendo the sooner the better here is there phone number for them to collect it and repair
> Nintendo UK Quadrant 55-57 High Street Windsor SL4 1LP
Tel: +44 (0)870 6060247 (Calls charged at National Rate) Fax: +44 (0)2392 383 444 Registered at Companies House, Cardiff, (31st January 2001) Company No. FC022968 Branch No. BR005889 Managing Director Satoru Shibata
if you need any othere phone number or address ill be happy to post it up for you cheers
I will ilustrate how you do this .. first your magnavox dvd has a cord,has three defferent color of RCA jack yellow ,red and white,yellow is for video,red is for the rigth speaker and white for the left speaker. the video or yellow cord is input to the TV in the VIDEO 1 section the red and white cord is input to your old surround sound, next is your DISH network the output cord is going to input to the VIDEO 2 section in TV.. the video cord color yellow and the red and white to the is going to input in old surround sound, and the out of your old surround is for the speakers...if happens that your sound is one input by a Y RCA jack ,Y jack HAVE ONE INPUT and two output,,,feel free for asking question for further assistance in the future rate me a fixya.....