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One of the rare system from Danemark. This was sold as a do-it-yourself kit to solder. It came with a documentation on how to build it up. It's a very basic system which includes an AY-3-8500 GI chip but wich offers very few options (slow or fast and that's all !).

It looks very nice with its sheet metal. One player uses the control knob inserted in the system case while the other player use a detachable paddle. The system is very small and can easily be carried away. There is no internal speaker, sound is sent to the TV set.

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I have one i my possesion. I will be modding it soon, by encasing it in a teak tree chassis, and make two esternal joypads in hardwood and attatch external power supply, as a present for my infant son. He will be thrilled playing the games when he get a bit older. I can post images of the original before I start rebuilding.

Wednesday 24th May 2006
Mads (Denmark)


ORIGIN  Denmark
YEAR  1979
BUILT IN SOFTWARE / GAMES  Tennis, Football, Squash, Pelota
CONTROLLERS  1 detachable paddle with no fire button and one knob built-in the case.
CPU  AY-3-8500 from General Instruments
CO-PROCESSOR  Power on/off, Ball speed pro/am, Reset
RAM  On screen
COLORS  Black & white
SOUND  Yes, through TV
SIZE / WEIGHT  Unknown
I/O PORTS  RF TV video output
NUMBER OF GAMES  9v battery
PRICE  Unknown

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