Can an original, NA, SNES be connected through composite cables?
(Sorry if this belongs in off-topic instead; I figured since it relates to video games, it could go here!)
A long time ago, I gave my sister my SNES when she went to college (boy, was I a dumb kid). Ever since she got back, it's been in some box that we could never seem to find (because my sister's an idiot). Long story short, I managed to find just the SNES itself, no cables or anything.
So my question is this: I have an original model, North American, SNES. Can I use the N64/Gamecube composite cable connectors to use on my SNES, and will it work? I would test this myself, but I'm asking ahead of time before I go out and buy new cables, including the AC adapter for it as well (so with what I have now, I can't even turn it on). If composite cables don't work, then I plan to buy both cables together to save time.
Yes, the same composite cables from GC/N64 work with the SNES.
Originally Posted by Damax
composite cable from n64 and gamecube works. don't mix ac adapters though (don't think you can)
Thank you! And yeah, I know you can't mix the AC adapters (SO wish you could >.<), so I'll just go ahead and order one. Would anyone happen to know of one that won't explode/crap out on me? If not, I'll do some looking.. Thanks again!