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The Nintendo Entertainment System has 2 types of connectors for Audio/Video and one type of connector for power.

For the power supply, it uses AC power supply, found here: (Nintendo Repair Shop) (Amazon)
For audio/visual, you can use the coaxial/F connection (NRS) (Amazon) or, for better quality, composite cables (NRS, Amazon).

Hope this was helpful!

Posted on Mar 26, 2011


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