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DO NOT BUY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!,
This review is from: Nintendo AV Cable (Bulk Packaging) (Video Game)
When the item first arrived i wanted to try it out. So i grabed my old nintendo 64 and hooked it up to my old tv and turned on the nintendo 64 with its av cables placed in their correct color coated inputs,white to white, red to red, and yellow to yellow. Nothing happened. As i was so eager to believe it was the nintendo because its an old system and things do wear with time. Seconds later i heard the audio from the video game but no picture. From there i thought it was the console for sure, so I bought a new nintendo 64 off of ebay and i do the same procedure as i did to the one before. Same result. From then I perceived the tv was the culprit so i went to a friends house to try it out on his tv. Same result. Thus my friend offering to try out his av cables, replaced my av cables and guess what? His cables worked! So this comes to my conclusion. Defective knockoff cables that have cost me over 50 dollars in expenses that didn't have to be made. All i ask is that they replace the item or return my money. Beware of fakes!
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Initial post: Apr 10, 2012 10:34:40 AM PDT
J. Bride says:
you just used a crummy process of elimination :/ why wouldnt you try a new cable before a new system?
Posted on Sep 8, 2013 10:22:41 PM PDT
derek nye says:
Instead of figuring, "Hey, it's most likely that the cheapo A/V cables are most likely defective," you bought another system? That's really....yeah, that's not a good idea.
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