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Wednesday 2nd May 2012
drag0nneus (United States)

Need to find bally astrocade controllers or adapter so I can the system I found. Any one know how to obtain one? Ebay currently has nothing.


Tuesday 12th September 2006
Terrywe (USA)

I got a Bally and had lots of fun with it. once I made it talk by recording my voice thru the joystick port, I took the voice & ran it thru an intergrated filter I made to get the voice envelope, then I used the stored envelope to modulate a 500hz tone


Wednesday 10th May 2006
Jon N. (Los Angeles, CA)

This was my first arcade video game system, and was my fathers hope that it would be my first computer system as well. When the company told him that they were not going to make the expansion computer module, he immediately returned the unit & demanded a refund on his money. I then was given a TRS-80 Model I for Christmas, '80. Good times.


Monday 24th January 2005
Stan Lee (Earth)

Bally now make Talking Pedometers under the name "Bally total Fitness". The logo is the B taken from the beginning of the old Bally logo. (You can find their 'wares in any Brantano Footwear!)





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