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How do I connect my Nintendo GameCube console to my product?

    We recommend using the Nintendo GameCube component video cable for a better display, but you can also use a composite video cable (which comes with the GameCube).

    Note: Even with the GameCube component video cable, the game console supports only 480p Enhanced-definition television (EDTV) signals; it does not support signals of 720p or higher. This is a GameCube specification and not a limitation of the projector.

    Composite Video

    Connect the composite video cable as shown below:
      Refer to the GameCube manual for instructions on setting it up with a composite video connection.

      Note: You may notice some flickering in the display when using a composite video cable, but this is normal for a composite video signal.
    Component Video Connection
      Note: Neither the GameCube nor the projector comes with a component video cable. You'll need to purchase the cable.
    Connect the component video cable as shown below:
      Refer to the GameCube manual for instructions on setting it up with a component video connection.
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