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Denon 3300 and Nintendo 64  

post #1 of 5
Thread Starter 
Has anyone tried to hook a nintendo 64 up to their AVR-3300? When I try to do this, I get audio but no video. I've called nintendo, but they guy never heard of Denon, and he'd never heard of a reciever that did video switching as well. I've also looked for a Denon number to call, but it's not on the web or in the manual

Any help would be appreciated.
TIA.
post #2 of 5
Do you have a composite video hooked from the back of the receiver to your TV? Most people use the S-Video and not the composite. Also, depending on your TV, like Sony, the composite must be on video 2 due to the fact that the S-Video cable takes priority in Video 1. Good Luck. Phil
post #3 of 5
Also keep in mind that this receiver (and most others) will not convert between composite and S-Video. If the receiver is connected to your TV using S-Video, all of the video sources must be connected using S-Video. There is no reason why the Nofriendo shouldn't work if other video sources do (and I am assuming they do).
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Thread Starter 
Well, I don't even see an S-Video out on the N64. All I have the the L/R/V RCA jacks. Is this S video something that should have come with it? I just called a friend of mine that got one a week ago and he doesn't have S video on it.

Can you strighten me out?
Thanks
Jason
post #5 of 5
S-Video is an optional cable. It does not come with the base system.
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