Question about Nintendo 64 Console
I have a Nintendo 64 and cannot set it up on my Samsung flatscreen( model number LS24TDNSUVIZA) that has seemingly no AV input. I have tried anything I could think of(cycling through the menu for about 25 minutes) and still no help.
Upon looking up your tv I realize it has no composite (yellow, red, white) input. Without that you can not hook up your N64. There are other options though. You could buy an RF adapter for the N64 (Gamecube, Super Nintendo, and N64 cables are the same) but by doing so you will lower the picture quality a bit. Or you can buy a component to composite converter (like this but if you shop around you could probably find a better one for cheaper http://www.amazon.com/Component-Composite-w-Down-Scaling/dp/B003FJKHBU ) Lastly if you have a DVD player or VCR that has component cables you could hook that up to your tv and then hook the N64 into it. Good luck!
Posted on Apr 25, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Nintendo 64 HDTV
I am not an HDTV expert but I believe they are all backwards compatible so the fact it is HD should not be a problem. Have you tried a vcr or dvd player on the same hook ups? It is possible you are trying to use a video input that is already in use? I know on my TV I have the DVD hooked up with an S-video cable to "Video 2". Right next to the S-video hookup are the red, yellow, white RCA jacks. On my TV these can't be used when the S-video is in use so I have to have the games hooked up to the front panel "Video 3". I would disconnect everything and try hooking the N64 up in each input to see if you can find one that works.
Posted on Mar 02, 2008
The clean the connectors on the cartridges and game deck before plugging it in and turning on the deck.
If this doesn't work, the cable is broken and will need to be replaced.
Hope this helps!
Posted on Nov 24, 2008
Try the other channel.
If both are set to channel 4, change both to channel 3.
If both are set to channel 3, change both to channel 4.
Posted on Jun 03, 2009
In order to play a different region game on a different region TV (example playing a PAL game on a NTSC tv) your tv needs to be automatic enabled. Some tv's have an option on the remote to change the input signal to PAL NTSC or SECAM. If your tv does not have that then there is literally nothing you can do apart from get a different tv with this feature.
Posted on Jun 08, 2009
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