Is there a relevant difference between N3DSXL imported from Australia and ones bought in EU?

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    Just wondering, since I wanted to put my exact model and homebrew setup in my signature.
     
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    No they're both EUR PAL.
     
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    They're coded slightly different in terms of serial numbers but everything works the exact same, so you can import them just fine. In fact, I import UK and Australian games into New Zealand because it's way cheaper than buying them here.

    PAL doesn't apply to any modern game console, especially handhelds. Technically, the Australian/New Zealand units are marked as Australian units, but they're essentially all European.
     
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    Ok thanks.
     
  8. ItsMetaKnight

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    PAL = A very old analog television specification with 50 Hz.
    So yeah, doesn't apply to anything nowadays.
     
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