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The Wondermega was released in 1992 as a joint development by Sega and JVC. It is similar to the Multi-Mega, being a combination of a Mega Drive and Mega CD, but with the added ability to function as a karaoke machine and improved sound thanks to JVC's new DSP. The system shipped with four karaoke programs and a compilation CD of four games. Two microphones can be connected to the system so users can sing along with CDs, or, thanks to a button on the machine, the CDs vocals can be muted allowing you to sing with just the music as a backing track.

In 1993 the WonderMIDI package was released. This allowed users to connect a MIDI keyboard the Wondermega to create sound effects and music, and included instructional software which could help people learn to play the piano. 1993 also saw a re-release of the system, with several small changes designed to reduce cost.

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NAME  Wondermega
YEAR  1992
CONTROLLERS  8-way d-pad, 3 buttons + Start
CPU  2x Motorola 68000
SPEED  1x 12.5 MHz, 1x 7.6 MHz
CO-PROCESSOR  3.5 MHz Zilog Z80
RAM  832 KB
ROM  128 KB
COLORS  512 palette, 64 on screen
SOUND  Yamaha YM2612 6 channel FM, 4 channel PSG, JVC DSP, 1 bit DAC
I/O PORTS  cartridge, AV out, MIDI, headphone jack, 2 MIC jacks, Expansion port, 2 controller ports
MEDIA  Cartridge, CD-ROM

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