ThePlague: That would be an option, but it'd be a bit more expensive than simply modding an existing top-loader. AV Famicoms go for $90+, and the converters typically another $10. Although it does have the Nintendo-style standard AV output (same cable you'd use for a SNES, N64, or Gamecube works with it)... Another alternative would be an actual AV top-loader NES, but good luck with that...I've only seen a single-digit number of those, and they're triple-digits in price if one comes up for sale.
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