CD 32

CD 32 - 01
Commodore's second attempt at the console market was later revealed to be
a last ditch attempt at making a profit.
Launched in Europe during 1993 it quickly grabbed a large portion of the
prototypical CD market, even beating PC CD-ROM. 
However, it never really grew beyond its Amiga heritage hosting a series
of dire A500 ports.
By the time developers realised the potential of CD Commodore entered
liquidation, eroding the machines' remaining commercial support. 

In 1994 a third party developer launched the SX-1 and SX32,
allowing owners to turn their rejected console into a fully fledged Amiga. 


Manufacturer Commodore Name CD 32
Type Console Origine USA
Introduction Date September 1993 End of production February 1994
Built in Language ??? Keyboard Optional
CPU 68EC020, 32 Bit Speed 14.28 Mhz
Coprocessor Lisa, Alice, Paula & Akiko Amount of Ram 2Mb Chip RAM, 1k flash ram (for games scores)
Vram ??? Rom Kickstart 3.1
Text Modes ??? Graphic Modes ???
Colors ??? Sound 4 Channel, 16 Bit, Stereo
Size / Weight ??? Built in Media Double Speed CD-Rom
I/O Ports Mouse, Joystick, S-Video output, 15Khz-31Khz RGB video, Stereo RCA Audio jacks (16 bit), Headphone jack, Colour composite Video output OS ???
Power Supply External Introduction Price ???
Sold ??? Serial Number ???
Other Extras Boxed, Games Bought Where Ieper
Bought When August 02, 2002 Condition Excellent
Price Paid - Specs of my Model ???
Setup Today ???

Nicely Boxed Inside the Box

Serial Number

CD 32-01:

Bought in Ieper on 02/08/2002

Paid 200 for this:

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