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Radofin 1292 Advanced Programmable Video System

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Here I show you the AudioSonic / Radofin 1292 (1392) Advanced Programmable Video System released around 1979. The same game system was also marketed under several different other brand names, like e.g. Acetronic, Hanimex, Fountain, Prinztronic, Lansay, Grandstand and many more. The technology is based on the German Interton VC 4000 console, which was released in 1978.

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Great scott, nice to see a review of these pretty unknow systems. Keep them comming.

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Good video. I like the HKC monitor and will have to try and find one, or something similar. I really would like to get a system set up here (in Canada) so that I can do more game development. The WinArcadia emulator that I am using is terrific up to a point, but somethings like joystick control really need checking out with real hardware (though of course even the joysticks vary between manufacturers) and the fact that some games don't run on it indicate that the emulation is not perfect.

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Did you ever open up the Audio Sonic and check the date codes on the chips? It might give a hint to that particular machine's vintage.

No didn´t do that so far as it was still fully working.

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7 hours ago, Minuous said:

Your video mentions a related Interton VC 4000 video, however I don't see it anywhere.

I did remove huge parts of my content from Youtube and the plan is to reupload most of it on another platform at some point when I will have more time.

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