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B > BINATONE > TV Master MK IV (model n° 01 / 4974)


This mini forum is intended to provide a simple means of discussion about the Binatone TV Master MK IV (model n° 01 / 4974) pong. If you want to share your own experience or memories, or add relevant information about this system: post a message!

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Sunday 23rd February 2020
simon king (United Kingdom)

I have a number of these devices including Mk4 , mk6, mk8 and mk10. I also have a number of other first generation consoles :) great fun but trying to get a TV which works with them nowadays is difficult.

Saturday 18th July 2015
Steve N (United Kingdom)

I have a 1977 one of these - I paid £7 for it for off ebay in 2008 and it worked at the grand old age of 31 years old$M1-04SGSRIs

Need to get it out of the loft and run it again soon

Wednesday 9th January 2013

I just got a Binatone from eBay, I remember these when I was 7. The console works, comes with all controllers, RF cable, and box! And the instruction manual. It came with everything! Good job i still got it:D

Monday 30th January 2012

I bought mine from Woolworths and I think the year was 1977. I still have the console in it''s original box and it still has the Woolworths price sticker £13.95. It didn''t matter that the games were only B$W as our TV was only B$W any way.

Monday 28th November 2011
Peena (England)

My brother and I clubbed together and bought one. I was eight years old, and they were fairly new, so your estimate of 1997 is actually correct. We had just met my uncle, who gave each of us £25 - a princely sum! I''m not kidding - this represented about a week''s wage. The console cost about thirty to thirty five pounds, because my bro had to ask me to chip in. I had spent about £15 of my money, so what was left went towards the console. Sadly, it was thrown away by a cleaning company following a fire next door. Shame - it''s the only computer game I can actually play!

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