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    Default Original SNES vs. SNES re-design question

    I've got an original SNES plus a re-designed version. Was going to put one up on Ebay to sell but I can't decide which. Is the only difference between the two systems the lack of RF on the SNES2? Don't use RF connections anyway so I'd probably just keep that one since I like the slightly smaller size. I thought I remember hearing something about one not being able to do s-video though. Is that true?

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    You can use RF with the mini SNES, but it requires an adapter piece that goes into the multi-A/V port (same part used for Nintendo64 and Gamecube)

    The mini SNES doesn't have s-video. If you have a good TV, I'd stick with the older console using an s-video cable.

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