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Wild Vision TV Tuner

The Computer Concepts Wild Vision TV Tuner is a device that is used to supply a TV signal directly to a range of computers without the need for external tuning equipment.

This TV tuner card can be used with the following Acorn machines:

  • A300/A400/A540
  • A5000
  • RISC PC
  • A3000/A3010/A3020/A4000/A4 *

* With the use of an external box unit.

Date : 1994

Manufacturer : Computer Concepts Ltd

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH33834. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 

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