connecting SNES to reciever

Discussion in 'Gaming' started by JimDeBell, Dec 30, 2003.

  1. JimDeBell

    JimDeBell Auditioning

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    Is there a converter to change the RF out of the NES system to composite, or S-video? I Know there are composite to RF converters for DVD players. I want to go the other way. Thanks.
     
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    Are you talking NES or SNES? You mentioned SNES in the subject and NES in the actual message. [​IMG]

    SNES is no problem. A composite/s-video cable is widely available. It's the same as the one for the N64 and GC. This can be purchased cheap.

    The NES also has a composite output and mono audio plug. You just need two RCA cables (male-to-male) and a Y-Splitter (female-to-2 male) to send the mono audio signal to both the left and right channels on your receiver.
     
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