Ideally, you want to connect your N64 to your HDTV via RCA composite connectors (AV IN 2 in photo) or a SCART port (AV IN 1 in photo).
You will need an RCA-to-SCART plug to do this.
Alternatively, you can use the TV’s antenna socket.
However, you will need to tune the N64 into one of the TV’s channels if you do this.
How do I connect my n64 to my HDMI TV?
Just connect your single RCA cable from the console to the box, then connect a coaxial cable from the box into the cable or antenna port on the back of your TV. Switch the box to “game” when you’re using it, switch to the TV/Cable input manually, and don’t let your TV try to auto-tune its way to a signal.
Does Nintendo 64 work on smart tvs?
There are actually a variety of ways that you can hook an N64 up to a smart TV. They are: Composite cables if your TV is composite compatible. Component cables if you have a multi-system component cable with the t-shaped connector for the N64 AV port (these came out in the Gamecube era)
How do you hook up an n64 antenna?
Connect the short, thick wire (labeled TV) of RF Switch to VHF IN. Connect existing cable wire [previously removed] to the silver post (labeled ANT) [Cable Connector] on RF switch. Plug the RF Modulator into the Multi Out connector on the back of the N64.
Photo in the article by “Wikipedia”