Whilst rummaging around a table-top sale recently, I found some old Pong machines. The seller didn't know whether they worked or not, but I still bought them, because retro gaming.
This is the second one
Grandstand made or re-branded various electronic games, from simple tabletop games like Astro Wars, to CPU based Pong clones like below This console is a Grandstand 4600, like many other Pong clones of the era, this runs from batteries with an optional mains adaptor, and the TV lead is fixed to the unit. The controllers are permanently attached to the console, and can be stored in the unit itself, the controllers, which are nothing more than a potentiometer in a plastic box, can be removed from the unit when required. It also came with the original box which was in a very poor condition, and a "rifle" attachment which plugs into the side via a DIN plug, the rifle does appear to be missing some parts, but may still work.Also the games are built-in, probably using the usual Pong-on-a-chip IC that most of the Pong clones used. Note the manual score counters at the top of the unit, there may not be any on-screen scoring ability.There doesn't seem to be much information online about this console, not even on YouTube.However this one is likely to work, so I will be trying it soon... I have
made found a suitable PSU and tried it and it does work, the switches and controls will need a clean, but it does work
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