Famicom assistance

Discussion in 'Repair, Restoration, Conservation and Preservation' started by Sheimi, Nov 29, 2015.

  1. jonoghue

    jonoghue Active Member

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    Just like to add, it seems that VCRs can handle the famicom's RF frequency better than most TVs, so if anyone can't get a famicom to work on an american TV, try plugging it into a VCR, change the VCR to channel 95/96 and use the VCR's composite out to connect to the TV.

    My TV will work with a famicom without the VCR, but the video quality is worse, oddly enough.
     

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