This German pong offers 4 ball games and 2 shooting games thanks to its TMS-1965 Texas-Instruments chipset. Paddles can be moved verticaly with the sliders found on each controllers. There are also apparently two dials/knobs on these controllers.
The case of the system looks much like the Palladium Tele-Play SR one. It's quite possible that Körting sold a Palladium pong under its own brand.
The latter Körting Tele-Multiplay 8000 is a logical evolution of the 6000 model. It uses the same case but is powered by an AY-3-8600 chipset, thus offering 8 pong games in colour.
The Körting Tele-Multiplay 6000 can also be found as the Körting Tele-Match 6000. It is not clear if there are differences between them (color and black & white display ?). Help welcomed.
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