You can only upload files of type PNG, JPG, or JPEG. I have it on my TV, I have connected the little gray box directly to my TV. This is an easy way to avoid troubleshooting the RF box and playing again. This feature is not available right now. this content
TV? Try disconnecting the antenna/cable wire from the RF Switch. (You will have to reconnect it again for regular TV viewing.) If this option works, an AB BOX may be needed. Is it because I have it hooked up to a new 32 in. Another thing I'll put on the todo list!
Close Yeah, keep it Undo Close This video is unavailable. you can download every NES game (and if you want just keep the roms you have the cartridges for) from www.isohunt.com just search for NES Roms I think it's about a Reply With Quote 14-04-09,15:18 #2 Icharus_Falling View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message View Blog Entries View Articles Advanced Member Join Date Aug 2008 Location Tennessee (OMFG its horrible) Posts 190
Any light on the subject would be greatly appreciated. have you tried that? =) Haven't tried that, I guess it wouldn't hurt to try it. Thanks. Without digging up a pinout of the NES cart connector, I'd say it sounds like there are dedicated pin(s) for the audio from the cart, and you just haven't If all else fails, have your NES checked out to see if it hasn't been damaged.
Was this answer helpful? Nes Sound Problems Also, make sure none of your audio (red) cables, are plugged into a phono jack on your stereo, which can also cause buzzing. So that's what I did, except now, I have no sound! http://www.nesfiles.com/Forum-Archives/Hardware/1/3523/ How do I get my PICTURES back (NINTENDO DS)?
The sound was fine before I replaced the connector, and was working on and off earlier but has now stopped entirely. Register or Login Login to Your Account Remember Me? First you need to start with the rf switch. Have you tried other games also?
If youre connecting to the transformer, then you cannot cut the wires and twist them on the back of the TV screws. Advertise | Site Map | Email Us © 1998-2016 The NES Files. Nes No Sound On Hdtv The plugs on the side of the Nintendo are red and yellow, but the plugs on my TV are yellow and white. Super Nintendo No Sound You can usually get to them by going into the Options screen.
Either purchase a Y-adapter or access the game's option menu, and when available, set the game sound option to Mono. Pull the connector off, clean up the board and shove it back on there. The time now is 14:37. http://amptools.net/no-sound/msi-sound-not-working.html only a few months old...
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Finally, make sure the Stereo AV Cable is plugged into input ports, not output ports. Also try plugging the NES red into something like a stereo, or a friends TV. Thanks!!! Register News Forum New Posts Activity Stream Blogs FAQ Calendar Community Member List Forum Actions Mark Forums Read Quick Links Today's Posts Downloads Guides Get Help Forum General Discussions Computer and
Please try again later. Try purchasing a new connection cable (where to buy). Have you tried the other AV cable or RF switch? http://amptools.net/no-sound/nes-sound-not-working.html There may be a problem in one of your hookup cables and not your system.
for example, have you ever had headphones, and after a long time of use, one side doesnt make a sound anymore? And my TV is brand new... it should fix John K · 9 years ago 0 Thumbs up 0 Thumbs down Comment Add a comment Submit · just now Report Abuse turn the tv on Raider Q Working...
Check your manual for the TV or VCR to see if this is the case for your unit. If you are using the Stereo AV cable for your hookup, remove Sign in to report inappropriate content.