The EON PAL Super 64 is the latest product in the EON catalogue of plug and play adapters. This patent pending design is the European exclusive variation of the original Super 64 for use with PAL consoles (not for use with FRA, BRA, or non S-video enabled EUR consoles). The PAL Super 64 delivers a clean 576p image laglessly.
The PAL Super 64 requires no external power, no console modifications, and functions as a fully plug and play device for use with original hardware.
While the PAL Super 64 delivers excellent visual quality on its own, the additional “Slick Mode” button adds an additional effect of buffing out sharp edges and creating a more slick overall look.
Designed with aesthetics in mind, the PAL Super 64 is visually consistent with the original N64 console so that when seated, it looks and feels right at home. The device also comes in a custom designed box that faithfully represents the console.
Enjoy playing all of your original N64 games, on your original N64 hardware, with the only adapter whose form is as beautiful as its function.
- The PAL Super 64 is a plug-and-play digital adapter for the PAL Nintendo 64
- Not for use with console models FRA, BRA, and non S-video enabled EUR systems
- No mods required
- Provides the best visual signal possible on original hardware
- Pulls N64 S-video and scales to 576p
- Custom tuned colors and audio to create the most true-to-form N64 experience
- Lagless input – controller inputs appear on screen instantly
- Custom designed plug to match original N64 aesthetic
- New exclusive gold accents
- “Slick Mode” feature produces a more polished image
- EON PAL Super 64
- Stylized custom packaging
- Operations manual
If you are unsure if your variant has S-Video out we highly recommend you test your console first. We will accept returns however return shipping will be paid by the customer. Any import taxes paid by the customer will not be refunded.
Please verify that your console and game work properly. We have witnessed false failures like this where the user mistakenly blamed the Super 64 instead of the console. Trouble shooting can be found here.
Step 1 - Connect your console to your display with a known working S-Video cable like this. If your game is displayed then your console is verified to have S-Video.