DIGITAL A/V OUT:

This port is used for the hard to find Component Cable

The Nintendo Gamecube has three different ways to connect to your television.


COMPOSITE RCA: this provides good picture quality, and is the cable that was packed with the system.


S-VIDEO: this provides much better picture quality over composite RCA


COMPONENT: this is the best possible method for connection your Gamecube to your HDTV.

ANALOG AV ADAPTOR:

This port is used for the standard RCA Av cable and S-video

The NINTENDO GameCube connection ports:

This page will show you the various ways to get your Nintendo GameCube System up and running!

METHOD #1 - Composite RCA Connection

What you will need:


This method will give you good picture quality from the NINTENDO Gamecube.


STEP #1

Plug the RCA cable into your Analog Out port on game system.


STEP #2

Attach the other end of the RCA cable to your TV. You could have multiple options available

like on the diagram to the left. You can place it in any one that is not in use. YELLOW is always

the VIDEO and should be plugged into the YELLOW port. RED and WHITE (right and left

respectively) are the sound and should be plugged into the proper color for the cable.


STEP #4

Plug the Power Supply into the game system.


STEP #5

Plug the power supply into the wall.


STEP #6

Plug in a game, turn on the game system on. Doing this first will help in finding the right TV

settings, when you see the game, you got it right!


STEP #7

Turn your TV to the appropriate VIDEO SOURCE You probably have several INPUTS available

from COMPONENT, VIDEO 1 2 & 3 and so on. In the diagram above you would need to change

your TV to VIDEO 1. To change to these different video signal options, you usually have a

INPUT button on your remote or television. Now, enjoy some classic gaming goodness!

METHOD #2 - S-Video Connection

What you will need:


This method will give you better picture quality over the composite RCA connection cable.


STEP #1

Plug the S-Video cable into your Analog Out port on game system.


STEP #2

Attach the other end of the S-Video cable to your TV.


STEP #4

Plug the Power Supply into the game system.


STEP #5

Plug the power supply into the wall.


STEP #6

Plug in a game, turn on the game system on. Doing this first will help in finding the right TV

settings, when you see the game, you got it right!


STEP #7

Turn your TV to the appropriate VIDEO SOURCE You probably have several INPUTS available

from COMPONENT, VIDEO 1 2 & 3 and so on. In the diagram above you would need to change

your TV to S-VIDEO 1. To change to these different video signal options, you usually have an

INPUT button on your remote or television. Now, enjoy some classic gaming goodness!


STEP #8

Enjoy some classic gaming goodness!

AC ADAPTOR:

This is the power supply port for the AC unit.

METHOD #3 - Component Connection

What you will need:


This cable will give you the absolute best picture over all other connection methods, and allows the Gamecube to display in progressive scan.


STEP #1

Plug the component cable into your Digital Out port on game system.


STEP #2

Attach the other end of the component cable to your TV.


STEP #4

Plug the Power Supply into the game system.


STEP #5

Plug the power supply into the wall.


STEP #6

Plug in a game, turn on the game system on. Doing this first will help in finding the right TV

settings, when you see the game, you got it right!


STEP #7

Turn your TV to the appropriate VIDEO SOURCE You probably have several INPUTS available

from COMPONENT, VIDEO 1 2 & 3 and so on. In the diagram above you would need to change

your TV to COMP-1. To change to these different video signal options, you usually have an

INPUT button on your remote or television. Now, enjoy some classic gaming goodness!


STEP #8

Enjoy some classic gaming goodness!

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