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Demand for an MPT-03 adapter for the Dragon Multi-Cartridge?

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I was thinking, if I should make an adapter for using the DRAGON/COCO II Multi-Cartridge together with the MPT-03-family, besides the adapter for the EMERSON-ARCADIA family... 

Is there a demand for that? If so, how many items would I need? Five, ten, twenty? I have already enough things catching dust on my shelf, maybe it is a good idea to check in advance.

If you would be interested please let me know...

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Not that I need one, but did you already have an adapter for the 1292 systems (Acetronic etc, the more narrow ones with 2x16 pins, as opposed to the VC-4000 which I already own)? I wonder which of those and the Soundic/Hanimex MPT-03 (2x22) have the higher demand. I know there is an Arcadia multicart, but not sure if it services other cartridge formats than the main one. I understand there also are two other 2x22 pinouts from Palladium and Ormatu but those probably are collectables more than generally used.

 

For that matter, it appears that the Soundicvision SD-200, Hanimex HMG-7900, Rollet Video-Color and ITMC SD-290 may form a group together too, all 2x22 pins from what I could read out but I suppose the demand is extremely low.

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Yes, I have adapters for: 

  • Odyssey 2
  • Vectrex
  • Interton VC4000
  • 1292/Advanced Programmable Video System
  • Arcadia 2001
  • Epoch Super Cassette Vision

I can serve two brother systems of the Interton/1292 type. And the same would be with Arcadia 2001 and MPT-03, the two main members of that type of console. 

 

Soundicvision SD-200, Hanimex HMG-7900, Rollet Video-Color and ITMC SD-290 seem to belong to a completely different system familiy, as far as I understand it, using a special scarcely documented NEC-microprocessor. 

 

But I have had only two or three questions concerning a MPT-03 console so far and I believe that an adapter probably won't be needed. I can save my time and energy for something else, I suppose.

 

Rolo

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