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Color Display Problem with PAL 64
Topic Started: Jul 29 2017, 09:58 AM (397 Views)
sanni
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A few solutions I would consider:
- Get someone to mod your N64 with an ultraHDMI Kit which gives you HDMI directly from the N64 console
- Or buy a XRGB Mini Framemeister, it's considered the best RGB and S-Video to HDMI converter for gamers
- Or get a PAL N64 modded with RGB output to use with your other converter that seems to work fine*
- Or wait for the N64 Mini rumored to come out next year

*You might also consider to switch your N64 console and games to NTSC, early NTSC console are easier to convert to RGB than PAL consoles and the NTSC games run at the native 60Hz instead of the slower PAL 50Hz.
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sanni
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Those simple scart adapters do not change the signal.

You got one more option that could help but it will be hard to find.

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It's a cable specifically made for the N64 that converts the signal into RGB. It is not as good in quality as a real RGB mod but it could help you. Now what I don't know is if it works with PAL N64 consoles or if it was only made for NTSC consoles.
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