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Designer Creates HDMI Adapter for N64
Topic Started: Jun 30 2014, 04:50 PM (1,217 Views)
Great news.

The reason i've signed up to this forum is to look for some help with display issues.

My N64 works perfectly fine, however the colours on the display are very light, when playing some games it's very hard to distinguish what's going on. A perfect example if Frappe Snowland on Mario Kart 64, it's almost impossible to see the track from the scenery surrounding it.

I've tried to play with the contrast and colour settings, but to no avail. Currently using a composite cable with a Scart adapter on the end, and i've also plugged the y/r/w leads into the component cable slots on the back of my TV and i'm having the same problem.

I bought a new cable from ebay which will hopefully be here any day, but failing that does anybody have any ideas as to what the problem could be? I've tried it on another TV & you guessed it, i'm having the same problems :(

Any insight or information on this would be greatly appreciated.

RR. :phear:
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