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Nintendo Entertainment System 2

As the Super Nintendo Entertainment System came in, so did the Nintendo model 2. When comparing it to the SNES, one can see lots of similarities, especially in the new ergonamical controller. The system was designed by Lance Barr once again, as the first Nintendo had been. It debuted in the early 90's for a retail tag of $49.99. It is a somewhat uncommon system and because of the top loading feature the NES II can give a stabler performance that it's predecessor.

To see the peripherals made for this system click here.

To see the different software available for this system, please click here.

Back of the NES 2:

1. Channel 3/4
2. RF Output
3. Power Output

The new ergonamical controller, easier to handle than the square format Nintendo had originally used. A.K.A. the "dogbone" controller


Input 120V 60Hz 17W Output 9V 1.3A


Sample RF switch for the NES II


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