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R > ROBERTS > Paddle IV


 

This mini forum is intended to provide a simple means of discussion about the Roberts Paddle IV pong. 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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Sunday 18th December 2016
Bill Mason (Canada)

I have a Paddle iv game and would like to hook it up to my new TV is there instructions available.


Thursday 1st September 2011
MAK (Eastern Iowa)

I have recently obtained a Roberts Super Color Video X and would emailed isntructions on how to hook it up.
The system looks very similar to the Paddle IV system and the description sounds similar too.
I would love to know it''s value or know someone who''s interested in it.
Thanks.
makhawks@yahoo.com


Tuesday 6th September 2005
Jennifer M. Stinson (Calgary, Alberta, Canada)

I have a Paddle IV game. It is in mint condition, including the original box, original instruction manual, power cord and adapter, and tv connection switchbox. It has all the components needed to run on any tv. All you need to hook it up to any tv, including new tvs, is the switchbox, which will hook up through a VCR to your tv using a cable-tv cable. I am not interested in selling my unit, but I would be interested in knowing how much it is worth, for insurance purposes. Anyone who needs information on how these hookups work, feel free to e-mail me. I have scanned pictures of the original manual, and can take pictures of the switchbox. Enjoy your games everyone!


Tuesday 20th April 2004
Nicole (Pittsburgh, PA)

I have a Paddle IV game and I just wondered what a collector would offer for it in case I did decide to sell it someday. It works, and it's in great condition, I just don't have an old TV to hook it up to. If you know anything, please drop me a line, LOL, there isn't a category for it on Ebay.


Saturday 5th April 2003
Edwin Bradley (Hamilton Ont)

I have just found A Roberts IV paddle game but cant get it to work on my TV is there a way to test it to see if the actual game is broken? Do I need an old TV to play it. I also by accident tried a 12 volt adapter (it takes 9 volt) would this of fried it? Thanks for any help anyone can give us.





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