1292 Advanced Programmable Video System

infobox CVG system

manufacturer = Radofin
type = Video game console
generation = Second generation
CPU = 8-bit Signetics 2650AI @ 4.43MHz
media = Cartridge

The 1292 Advanced Programmable Video System is a video game console released by German company Radofin in 1976. It is part of a group of software-compatible consoles which include the Interton VC-4000 and the Voltmace Database.The 1392 Advanced Programmable Video System included its power pack inside the console instead of an exterior power pack.


* CPU: 8-bit Signetics 2650AI at 4.43MHz
* Audiovisual co-processor (video chipset, I/O Processor): Signetics 2636N at 3.58MHz, addressing 32Kb of memory in 8Kb banks. This chipset is powerless, unlike the later model Signetics 2637N used in the Arcadia 2001.
* Data Memory: 43 bytes


* Sprites: 4 single colour sprites (1 can be 8 colours)
* 1 Score line displaying 4 BCD digits
* Background consisting of a series of alternating lines


* Controllers: 2 × 12-button with 2-axis control stick
* Power Supply: Input 250V, 50Hz; Output 9.5V, 0.4A & 15V, 0.11A

Release history

* Radofin 1292 Advanced Programmable Video System (also known as "Radofin Programmierbares Video System" in Germany) (1976)
* Radofin 1392 Advanced Programmable Video System (1976)
* Hanimex HMG-1292 Advanced Programmable Video System
* Hanimex HMG-1392 Advanced Programmable Video System
* Fountain Force 2
* Fountain 1292 Advanced Programmable Video System
* Fountain 1392 Advanced Programmable Video System
* Grandstand Advanced Programmable Video System
* Lansay 1392
* Audiosonic PP-1292 Advanced Programmable Video System
* Audiosonic PP-1392 Advanced Programmable Video System
* Prinztronic VC-6000 (1977)
* Prinztronic Tournament
* Acetronic MPU-1000 (1979) (Pictured)
* Acetronic MPU-2000 (1979)


External links

* [http://www.dieterkoenig.at/ccc/it/s_it_cartlist.htm Interton VC 4000 and relatives cart list]
* [http://amigan.classicgaming.gamespy.com/ Emerson Arcadia 2001 Central] also covers this console

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