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How to connect gamecube to a normal Toshiba TV

Discussion in 'General Video Gaming Chat' started by dstar2349, Sep 8, 2005.

  1. dstar2349

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    I have a toshiba tv with 4 different (white, yellow, red) outlets to which i can plug my gamecube into. One in the front, and three in the back. I don't have the original remote to the tv, but i have a universal. I've tried pluging the gamecube into all of these plugs and i can't get it to work. The tv doesn't have like a AUX channel, or a tv/video button. Any suggestions. Thanks for sure.

    Later
     
  2. eviljohn2

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    If you go to channel 1 or 0 you can normally scroll down to the AV inputs using the channel down button. :)
     
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    It just goes staticy when i do that....
     
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    Get an RGB scart lead, it should automatically change to the correst channel when you switch it on
     
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    Some older TVs hide the TV/AV button under a dash with the tuning dials, supposing it is that old.
     

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