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Radofin Electronics Limited

This pong unit is excellent. It only plays four games but the controls, knobs and switches are really a pleasure to use. The game selection is made through a huge knob, the options are selected with nice 70's switchs which make you feel you are controling the USS Enterprise... Big orange buttons are used for on/off, reset and serve.

There is also two vertical sliders (ranging from O to 10) to keep the score of both players. The on screen scoring is still there, but the sliders are used to count the won games.

There were in fact two models sold. A black case version, and a fake wooden style model. The remote controllers are huge. On the black version, the controllers are two big dials, whereas on the wooden model, the controllers are two vertical sliders...

This pong system was sold under different brands, for example the Ultrasound Tele-Sports.

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Gotta love that fake woodgrain finish.

Wednesday 17th January 2018
Rod (canada)

"On the black version, the controllers are two big dials, whereas on the wooden model, the controllers are two vertical sliders..."
Mine was a black SC Eight Thousand with two controllers, but these had vertical sliders, not dials, just as the ones seen in this picture of a black four-controller version:

Saturday 13rd August 2016
David (Mexico)

Anybody got the schematics of the Radofin TeleSports? Or know a RGB or AV-Mod?

Monday 15th September 2014


NAME  Tele-Sports
MANUFACTURER  Radofin Electronics Limited
ORIGIN  Europe
YEAR  1977
BUILT IN LANGUAGE  Tennis (1 player), Tennis (2 players), Soccer, Squash
KEYBOARD  Two paddles with big dials (black model) or sliders (wooden model) and no fire button
CPU  General Instruments AY-3-8500
SPEED  ON/OFF, Reset, Service
CO-PROCESSOR  Service auto/manual, Ball speed pro/am, Ball angle pro/am, Paddle size pro/am
RAM  On system front panel (0 - 10) and on screen
COLORS  Black & white
SOUND  Built-in speaker
I/O PORTS  RF TV video output, power in
OS  6 x 1,5v

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