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Nintendo 64 im trying to hook my nintendo 64 up to a new tv. what do i do?

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  • bonebayhon Jul 01, 2008

    whats an a/v converter

  • bonebayhon Jul 07, 2008

    thank you dorothy, it worked bonnie

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Greetings bonebayhon,

Depends on what type of connections your television currently has. Most likely you will want to use an A/V selector to utilize the connections on your television. The best type of connection a Nintendo 64 has is S-video.

I hope this helps!

Dorothy
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Posted on Jul 01, 2008

  • Dorothy Fremder
    Dorothy Fremder Jul 07, 2008

    Greetings bonebayhon,



    An a/v selector is a small box that has multiple connections on it. It allows you to connect video game units (sometimes multiple) to your television. It also has a wide slection of outputs, so you can hook up pretty much any type of television. You can purchase them at most any type of electronic store or online electronic retailer.



    I hope this helps!



    Dorothy

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