Question about Nintendo 64 Console
My problem is that when I connect my Nintendo 64 to the TV (via RCA cables) the colours I see are horrible. I mean, I can play, I see the image, but it's like if I had the bright really high, and the colours start mixing up with each others which sometimes makes the game experience really horrible. My question is, can this be fixed on a TV like mine? Or may I play in an old TV? Thank you.
Well to make your n64 console to work on a digital tv you need the rare nintendo component av cables then blue red a green jacks instead of the current one that you are using.
Posted on Jun 06, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The N64 can be hooked up with either composite cables (RCA cables: red, white and yellow. These came with the N64) or the S-Video cables (purchased separately from system, s-video, white and red)
The N64 won't ruin the Bravia at all. It will just output in 480i, and the TV will have to upconvert it. No big deal.
As for which plug in to use, use the AV input that matches the composite setup (the input that has red, and white audio inputs, and a yellow video input). If you have an S-video cable for it, then match it to the s-video input on the tv. Most Bravias I've seen have 1 RCA (composite) inputs on the backside and 1 on the side input.
The color of the inputs on the TV should match the color of the cables that plug into them.
Posted on Dec 09, 2009
SOURCE: nintendo 64 wont work on my tv
If you are using the original AV plug for the N64, it will probably not work on a new TV. You must find a new AV plug in a store, or on eBay, Amazon, etc. This plug must have the red, white, and yellow ends to it. those are the color coded ends that go into the TV.
Posted on Apr 16, 2009
SOURCE: Wii "invalid format"
Sounds like you're trying to play a PAL game on a NTSC system (or vice-versa). To fix this, simply goto your Loader's menu and Force NTSC. If you're in the UK and you're trying to play NTSC games on your PAL Wii, then just "Force PAL".
Posted on Dec 28, 2009
SOURCE: Game boy color game won't play
You cant fix the cartrige as you will break it
overall its time to let go of the game boy color games try getting a DS its much better but back to your problem... IT IS NOT THE CARTRIGE!! your game boy will not accept the cartrige because of the mechanics in it deteriorating
Posted on Jan 29, 2010
SOURCE: my nintendo 64 is freezes
Well if it freezes and the screen turns black and than the tv screen says no signal and the light is on i had a problem like that with my 14 year old N64 console so it looked like it was dead and died but it was the expansion pack that did this it makes it look like it died but it didnt.
Posted on Jul 21, 2011
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