As an effort to decrease the retail cost of the console to remain competetive in the market, the model 2 Sega Genesis/Mega Drive was introduced. Smaller than the original model 1, this version of the console also had several different hardware revisions with different chips used for video and audio processing, depending on the model. Some model 2 units made for the North American market have a slightly smaller motherboard that leaves extra space inside the console shell. These models support both RF and RCA composite video but do not support SCART RGB video.
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