To close the series on classic consoles (see the first of the series here), the items “Lost” and rescued my Super Nintendo, North American model, prior to the existence of the Playtronic in Brazil.
It is the model with two joysticks and Super Mario World. The box is well kept and have found most of the accessories that are not being used. There are still manual, know I still have the, but still could not find. Logo should appear.
Of the items found are the antenna switch there. Americans should have started using cable 75 ohms well before we. Furthermore, their dismissal switch the switch. It automatically detects when there is signal Super Nintendo and select. When the Super Nintendo is off, it passes the VHF signal channel 3/4 coming from antenna. I do not remember if the box came adapters for 75 to 300 ohms e vice-versa, as in the case of the Sega Genesis.
My Super Nintendo also came with stereo audio and composite video cable. Today I use RGB SCART out, so I could dispense with both the RF cable for the audio and video cable and have a better image.
Another item “redeemed” It was a poster showing Super Nintendo games and accessories on one side, and other instructions on how to connect it to the TV in various ways, even with the Nintendo 8 bits. As he was tearing the folds I must have done some repairs with duct tape as a child. The tapes took off all and left only a yellow mark.
And I'm ending here the series of articles on classic consoles. Leave a comment if you like the series, for I can continue it if interested. In this case also leave suggestions of topics and / or items to show.
Update (15/08/2014): I found the manual. Were within the box (!!). Now yes the kit is complete. In the manual also found that the adapters 75/300 ohms, and 300/75 ohms were optional. There was even a form at the end of the manual to buy extra items. Vejas new photos: