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N64 and HD TV

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Anyone know if there is any way of upping the clarity of image, as its blurred even on a normal gamecube arial, and a normal 64 arial. Anyone know if someone has found a way around it?
Adam2050 Avatar
7y, 10m agoPosted 7 years, 10 months ago
Anyone know if there is any way of upping the clarity of image, as its blurred even on a normal gamecube arial, and a normal 64 arial.

Anyone know if someone has found a way around it?
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7y, 10m agoPosted 7 years, 10 months ago
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#1
I would say using s-video; but its hardly a step up
#2
bfjem
I would say using s-video; but its hardly a step up


That is what im using, maybe I will need to find a old flat pannel TV just for my N64, and dedicate a room to it.:thumbsup:
#3
I tried running my wii and 64 through an upscaller and all I got was well a crap screen; I just dont think its possible to get wii above 540p and well 64 I guess svideo signal must be best;
#4
bfjem
I tried running my wii and 64 through an upscaller and all I got was well a crap screen; I just dont think its possible to get wii above 540p and well 64 I guess svideo signal must be best;


wii can go up using a component.

N64 is far better and needs to be played. Didn't have much look on a projector either. :oops:
#5
Don't bother trying Ad, it will look terrible no matter what you do, best thing to do is get an old CRT TV in your room and have that for anything previous to the PS2/ xbox/ Gamecube era.



Mike..
#6
Adam2050
wii can go up using a component.

N64 is far better and needs to be played. Didn't have much look on a projector either. :oops:


lol you know you're a gamer when your trying it on a projector; I can only imagine Goldeneye on a massive screen; or even good old Mario 64.:p
#7
MikeBeaver
Don't bother trying Ad, it will look terrible no matter what you do, best thing to do is get an old CRT TV in your room and have that for anything previous to the PS2/ xbox/ Gamecube era.



Mike..


:cry:

I blame Mike.:thumbsup:
#8
http://www.avforums.com/forums/lcd-televisions/707118-best-output-pal-n64-hdtv.html

apparently you can modify US/NTSC 64's to RGB scart and get about twice as good picture over s-video; but does seem like a lot of effort
#9
bfjem
http://www.avforums.com/forums/lcd-televisions/707118-best-output-pal-n64-hdtv.html

apparently you can modify US/NTSC 64's to RGB scart and get about twice as good picture over s-video; but does seem like a lot of effort


Yeh I read that before, then I looked at the different connection and realised its a lot better. At least if I can get N64 and Goldeneye 4 player on hd tv will be satisfied.

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