Question about Nintendo Super NES Console
If you have the original SNES it has both an RCA socket for the R/F switch and the Nintendo A/V out socket for the red, yellow and white A/V cable. The second generation smaller SNES only has the Nintendo A/V out socket and will not accept am R/F switch. You must use a Nintendo A/V cable.
Posted on Dec 25, 2007
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