Why is the sound quality so poor for N64 games?

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May 19, 2009
  1. RedHero
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    Well, I've never bought anything from the Virtual Console store, but all of the N64 games I installed on the Wii have some kind of distorted sound quality. It could be, because all games I happened to install are NTSC, and I have a PAL Wii, but I doubt it, since the problem seems to be specific to the N64 games played on the Wii.

    Is there any way to fix this problem?
     
  2. TroyTheZombie

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    no, its because your playing ntsc ones on your pal wii. I have an NTSC wii, and installed a mario 64 pal wad before, sound was distorted in it. Used one that was NTSC, sound was perfect.
     
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    perhaps injecting waninkoko's nand loader in the channel can help you
     
  4. RedHero
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    I figured that out by now...

    Anyway, I tried the European version of the game, but after I start the game up, it returns immediately to the system menu. Anyone know what's up with that?
     
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    you might need to install a missing ios
     
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    Ah, thanks. That was it. I installed IOS53 and it worked like a charm (finding it was a bit of a pain, however).
     

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