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C > COMMODORE  > Amiga CD32


This mini forum is intended to provide a simple means of discussion about the Commodore  Amiga CD32 videogame system. If you want to share your own experience or memories, or add relevant information about this system: post a message! For other purposes like sales messages, hardware & software questions or information requests, please use our main forum.

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Monday 16th March 2015
Mark Raymond (USA)

There was a device created for the CD32 that plugged into the back expansion port. It was called the SX32. The device added parallel, floppy, keyboard and mouse ports. It also had a VGA output. A laptop hard drive would fit on the card as well. Once installed the CD32 acted like a 1200 with a CDROM. A nice toy but a bit pricey.

Thursday 22nd May 2014
matthew (United States)

i have one of these and love it also the FM towns marty was the first 32 bit cd system it beat this by about 6 months and the akkio was to keep people making cd rom drives for the a1200 to upgrade it and for chunky to planar conversion for FPS games and the like

Friday 17th December 2010
Steve Bryce (Earth)

The controller did indeed have a d-pad (I assume that it is 8-way) with 7 buttons.

On the face of the controller there were four round buttons - red, yellow, green and blue - and a Start/Pause button. There were also two shoulder buttons designated ''Left Top'' and ''Right Top''.

As the CD-32 was also designed to be used as a CD player (and indeed a Video-CD player with the addition of the MPEG decoder cartridge) the buttons were all also labelled with controls for the CD player functions - Play/Pause (on the Start/Pause button), Stop (on the blue button), Fast forward and Rewind (on the Top Right and Top Left buttons), Repeat (on the yellow button) and shuffle (on the green button). The Red button was also designated the ''Select'' button.

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