However, if you're looking to hook up a vintage games console it's not quite so simple, especially to a brand-spanking new HDTV. Be it some clunky old Mega Drive, or a worst-for-wear SNES, obsolete or discontinued retro consoles means retro connectivity options, and so those have just bought a new TV might need some guidance on how exactly to connect the two as easy as possible. Start off by having a look at the cables you have already. It's great to buy a better cable and get a higher-quality image but most people just want to get playing straight away. Depending on the cable you have we'll guide you through getting it working. We've ordered these roughly by the quality of video you'll get from them, so head down to get a better connection.
Old NES to HDTV
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Trying to hook up my old NES to my HDTV, help please
My Topics Video. Duration: 4 days ago. The Nintendo Entertainment System is an extraordinary little machine. One of the things that made it so remarkable was it's amazing library of games. People are still making games for it today, 35 years after it's initial release.
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