Thanks for the video.
Does Supervision have color palette like super gameboy for different games or it's the same color for all supervision games?
It seems like it's the same for all the games, I couldn't find a way to change it.
wow, looks like the whole system's in the base--kind of makes you wonder what they really needed the handheld for. Second link port(?) out the side, and no audio connection(?)--neat. My guess is that it connects entirely to the handheld for the controls, and to display that image on screen. Weird that they would pass all that out the controller port. Also why not just have given it a joystick port and called it a console then? It'd make the install base bigger.
Are you playing this NTSC unit from PAL land? If so, you'd actually expect it to play slower, though, right?
Since it takes aa batteries, it can't be reliant on the 60hz power for timing.
Does the color match through both RF and composite?
Yeah, this isn't the most helpful post, but this stuff is awfully neat to see. There are two pairs of wires going to the top. I assume they're either lights or switches, but I can't quite make them out--out of curiosity, what are they?
Yeah, just like you said, playing it from a PAL land.
Colors do match if using RF output and composite, my TV shows that it's NTSC and when I change it to PAL, it'll be grayish ugly output.
The 2 top wires that goes to the back case are for the batteries, and the others are for the LED's.
It's exactly my thoughts. This device is actually a whole SuperVision without a screen and buttons.
I've noticed that the box of the TV link is showing an orange pallette on the background, while mine it's blue-ish (just like all other SuperVision TV Link videos I've seen on the internet)
Edit: Added pictures of the box