As it has been already 20 years since the snes was released, I though I share the celebration by giving my SNES S-video So for this mod, you well need the following.
-One, Ceramic Capacitor C-Capacitor C-CAP
50V 0.10uF Radial pcs
-one, 220uF capacitors
-Two, 75ohm resistor
First, open your snes jr all the way till you can remove the board. Locate the S-RGB video chip near the cart slot.
As shown in the pic, You want to soldier a wire to pin 17 and pin 12 on the S-RGB video chip as shown in the pic.
(I STRONGLY RECOMMEND TO GET ELECTRICAL TAPE AND COVER THE PINS AROUND PIN 17 TO PREVENT ANY CHANCES OF ACCIDENTALLY SOLDIERING IT TO THE OTHER PINS NEAR IT)
Now find a safe, comfortable way for the pin 17 wire to lead out to the back of the board as well as for the pin 12 wire. After that, the wire that's leading out from pin 17, soldier the positive leg of the 220uF capacitor to it, then soldier a 75ohm resistor to the negative leg of the 220uF C. and solder the 75ohm resistor to pin 7 from the pins of the rca area as shown in the pic.
Now for the wire leading out from pin 12 of the S-RGB chip, soldier the wire to a Ceramic Capacitor on one leg and on the other leg, soldier a 75ohm. After soldiering the 75ohm to the other leg of the Ceramic Capacitor, soldier the other end of the 75ohm to the pin 8, (The pin aside the one we soldier the 75omh leading to the 220uF C. at), as shown again in the pic.
Screw the thing back up and your done!
Plus! it was also noticed that the SNES Jr. actually gives as slightly better brightness than the model 1 SNES as shown below.
SNES model1 / SNES model 2
I hope you guys enjoyed this mod and happy gaming!