Super Nintendo Entertainment System

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Super Nintendo Entertainment System
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Manufacturer Nintendo
Revisions SNES 1-chip, SNES Jr
Community Mods SNES RGB

Super Nintendo / Super Famicom

All original (large) versions of the Super Nintendo and Super Famicom (NTSC & PAL) can output RGB without a modification – All that’s required is the proper cable.  The SNES Mini / SNES Jr. outputs a better signal then most of the large versions, but requires a modification to get RGB.

Super Nintendo / Super Famicom RGB Cables and sync information

– If you don’t “need” a model 1, just get a SNES Mini and either mod it for RGB, or send it out to be modded.

– If you insist on using an original SNES 1, try to hunt down a console with a serial number that starts with “UN3” (as explained in the 1CHIP SNES section), then open it up and hope it’s a 1CHIP!

– If you insist on using a model 1 SNES and want the best possible quality, check out the 1CHIP mods available.