Snes classic – Sound and video issues with fixes, and a cool tip!



Having SNES Classic Audio or Video issues?

Here are some of the best tips I’ve come across that solved my problem and many others:

1.) See if it does the same thing on another TV. Then you know if its your SNES classic, or the TV.
2.) Unplug everything and try again, the power, and the HDMI cable, let it set for a minute. Sometimes a good power reset does the trick.
3.) Make sure that you don’t use any other HDMI cable except the one that it came with.
4.) Don’t run the HDMI cable through any other splitter / switch box, go straight to the TV (I had issues doing that).
5.) Try another HDMI port. I had issues with HDMI port 1, so I tried HDMI port 2 (this happened on a different TV not the one in the video) and that fixed it.
6.) Some TVs can have settings that change the HDMI audio setting to a DVI or analog setting. So check your audio settings and make sure that its not set to do that.

I also added a little tip in there for the SNES Classic that you should find very useful, I know I did!

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14 Replies to “Snes classic – Sound and video issues with fixes, and a cool tip!”

  1. OLESCHOOL GAMERS

    Here are some of the best tips I've come across that solved my problem and many others:

    1.) See if it does the same thing on another TV. Then you know if its your SNES classic, or the TV.
    2.) Unplug everything and try again, the power, and the HDMI cable, let it set for a minute. Sometimes a good power reset does the trick.
    3.) Make sure that you don't use any other HDMI cable except the one that it came with.
    4.) Don't run the HDMI cable through any other splitter / switch box, go straight to the TV (I had issues doing that).
    5.) Try another HDMI port. I had issues with HDMI port 1, so I tried HDMI port 2 (this happened on a different TV not the one in the video) and that fixed it.
    6.) Some TVs can have settings that change the HDMI audio setting to a DVI or analog setting. So check your audio settings and make sure that its not set to do that. I also added a little tip in there for the SNES Classic that you should find very useful, I know I did!

  2. Neo Fennec

    I don't have the SNES classic, I have the one that came out later. But I have a no sound at ALL problem. I know that it's my SNES, because I can watch TV fine but none of my games have sound

    Edit: also, it doesn't use HDMI, it uses the Red Yellow and White plugs, L sound R sound and Video

  3. foufoufun0

    For me, the console was working find for a month or two, I didn't use it for a while and when I plugged it back in, it had not HDMI signal coming out of it. The picture and sound would show up for half a second every minute though. It was fixed by changing the HDMI control settings (what allows other devices to control the TV like turning it on and off) to off and then on again.

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