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E > ENTEX > Gameroom Tele-Pong


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Sunday 16th June 2019
sanddecker (Canada)

I have one of these from my parents''. For some reason it doesn''t show the player''s paddle. Any ideas why?
To add, mine does not have the channel switch but does have sound.

Sunday 9th December 2012

I just came across one of these at a thrift store. Any idea how much it is worth. No box but seems to be in nice condition Thank you

Monday 25th June 2007
Luis Muñoz (ZZT) (Chile)

This pong is a dedicated system. I can say the following thing to them:

*All chips are SN74LS00.
*No use CPU.
*Only battery operated (1.5V "C" cell x 4).
*No power adaptor conector.
*Signal Output VHF (RF) 3 or 4 channel. (┐latin american model?)
*it is absolutely a museum piece. Mine it cost 4 dollars in a flea market.


Tuesday 28th September 2004
Dan Howell (Earth)

Wow. I remember having one of these when I was about 10 years old. I believe it ran on batteries, because I seem to remember that the batteries corroded and so my dad threw it out (too bad, it would have made a nice museum piece). I also believe that it had a mode where you could play against the machine, but it could not lose because its paddle simply followed the exact vertical position of the ball.

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