Post by playgeneration on Jan 16, 2006 20:57:54 GMT
you would either need to use a voltage converter with the pal power supply, or the easier option is just to use a ntsc sms power supply. Theres no difference inside the console voltage wise. Here in the uk modern tvs do both ntsc and pal signals, i have no idea if thats the case in the US though.
Signal most likely won't go through right and if you use the NTSC adaptor in it you'll probably burn it out over time. Since there are only a handful of games with compatibility issues and 98% of them suck, just get an NTSC model SMS II.
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if you use the NTSC adaptor in it you'll probably burn it out over time.
No it won't - a US or European power lead will both supply the same 9V current to the console. It's just a matter of using the right one for your country - I use the same UK power lead to run my JP Mark III, US Genesis & UK MegaDrive.
However, you may well have 50/60Hz issues from using a PAL console in the US, unless your TV can take a PAL signal.