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All video standards should have the exact same color pallette. The reason that an RGB-modded NES doesn't is because you are replacing the video chip with one that has a different pallette. Between RF, composite, s-video, and RGB, the color should not change, and if it does, it's a side-effect of the crappy video quality of the first two.

 

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But your question is confusing. I assume you mean RGB palettes VS YUV palettes? Or HSL palettes? What systems are we talking about here? What's the context? Are you actually talking about systems that have palettes in other native color space other than RGB? Or are you just referring to the same system on two different outputs (RGB vs its YC out)? Your question is too vague.

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I still don't understand your question? Like which system has a better variety of colors? AFAIK the SMS can display more colors on screen, but I don't know that it has some awesome colors that the NES is not capable of displaying.

 

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