Spectravideo, or SVI, was an American computer company founded in 1981 as "
SpectraVision" by Harry Fox. They originally made video games for Atari 2600 ...
Jan 6, 2009 ... There where a lot of different computers to choose from; Commodore, Atari,
Sinclair, Oric, Apple, Dragon and Spectravideo. Spectravideo was ...
Spectravideo brochures, advertisements, user manuals, technical documentation
and magazines. Brochures and advertisements. Spectravision advertisement
Spectravideo was the only american MSX manufacturer, but they were later
bought back by their manufacturer based in Honk-Kong. For their first computers,
Oct 27, 2015 ... A new retro computer joins the collection all the way from Finland. I used to own a
Spectravideo SVI-728 machine back in the day, and it was in ...
Las Vegas Video Production Studio specializing in film and Hi-Def field aquisition
and Hi-Def Post Production, high-end Corporate Videos, Commercial Video ...
Apr 17, 2011 ... Source: Original Spectravideo SVI-728 from 1984 Game: Nemesis (Konami 1986
) Today I found my old MSX from 1984 and hooked it up to my ...
It was called SPECTRAVIDEO XPRESS because it was delivered with a bag to
easily carry it around in. The XPRESS designation was also used in a MSX 2 and
The Spectravideo had a Z80 CPU running at 3.6 MHz, 32 K RAM and 48 K
Microsoft Extended BASIC ROM. This computer uses a external PAL-RF
converter to ...
Thanks to Tomas Karlson, all relevant technical manuals and software on the
Spectravideo SVI.318 and SVI.328. And some SVI.728 and other Spectravideo ...