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Leisure-Vision

One of the many "Arcadia 2001 clone" systems. This one was marketed in Canada.

See Emerson Arcadia 2001 for more info.

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I recently purchased a leisure vision on ebay and it didnt have a power supply. So I went out and bought one and there's my problem. Don't know if the polarity of the adapter pin is it positive or negative because both pins came with the adapter. I removed the bottom cover of the system and noticed a blue wire and a red one from port on the system. Hope you can tell me which is which. Thanks for your time

          
Tuesday 5th December 2006
Andy (Canada)

 

NAME  Leisure-Vision
MANUFACTURER  Leisure-Dynamics
ORIGIN  Canada
YEAR  ? 1982
END OF PRODUCTION  1984
BUILT IN SOFTWARE / GAMES  None
CONTROLLERS  Two detachable controllers made of a screwable joystick, a 12-buttons keypad (0-9, CLEAR, ENTER) and two fire buttons (same function)
CPU  Signetics 2650A
SPEED  3.58 Mhz
CO-PROCESSOR  Signetics 2637UVI (audio & video processing unit)
RAM  1024 bytes
ROM  None in the conventional sense, though there was some built into the processor chips.
GRAPHIC MODES  128 x 208 / 128 x 104
COLORS  8
SOUND  Single channel beeper
SIZE / WEIGHT  Unknown
I/O PORTS  RF video output, Power in
MEDIA  Cartridges
NUMBER OF GAMES  37 cartridges ?
POWER SUPPLY  External power supply unit
PERIPHERALS  None
PRICE  Unknown


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