This was mistakenly advertised as a Karaoke machine. It isn’t a Karaoke machine. Nevertheless I took a punt on buying it as I had the feeling that I owned the unusual cartridges it plays. In this video you can see if my hunch paid off and learn more about a rare format through an even rarer player.
My earlier video about this format https://youtu.be/Q_9IBIcsYj4
I) The machine appears to date from approx 1976. A helpful person on Patron spotted a date code on the speaker.
II) Crown? Weren’t they a US/U.K. brand? (delete as applicable) - not this Crown https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Ca...
What did it do?10:31
How did it work?12:48
The 50/60Hz issue15:44
A look inside22:20
Cart player mech26:22
A load of carts30:10
Inside a cart31:51
Blank carts & recording37:03
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