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N64 connecting through a projector

I have just got a 2nd hand N64 . However I belong to a family that does not have a tv! We have a dvd player (not recorder) and a projector which we use for watching films. (The dvd player has had its transmitter removed). Can I get the N64 to work with the equipment I have? If so how?

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  • BattyBat Feb 12, 2008

    Thanks for the response. I have already tried the connection as suggested but nothing happens - no picture or sound. Looking at it, the projector won't have speakers and neither has the N64 so the sound wouldn't be there anyway; which is why I wanted to route it through the dvd player which is connected to the HiFi amp and speakers. The same problem arises tho' as the dvd/speakers are using the white and red sockets. Have tried the scart socket on the dvd with an adaptor for the coloured leads but still nothing. There isn't a scart socket on the projector for me to try it that way. Am beginning to despair!!!

  • BattyBat Feb 17, 2008

    Problem solved!! I don't know why but after I had tried the console out (and had it working) on a friends TV, I then tried again with the projector and 'Hey Presto' it worked. Nothing was done diferently so I don't know why, but I'm not complaining.

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Well, if your projector has audio and video inputs for the n64 it should work. try looking for the white, red, and yellow inputs on your projector

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