PHG Electronics Soundbox Programmable Sound Generator

The Soundbox connects to the PIO of a Nascom computer. It includes an on-board amplifier and 3 inch loudspeaker, volume control, reset button and connections for a stereo hi-fi system. 3 sound channels independently controlled by an AY-3-8910 chip are provided, with a crystal controlled oscillator. A simple operating system and demonstration software are provided on tape, allowing the user to program tunes and other sounds in BASIC. Our version includes the original manual. 

Date : 1981

Manufacturer : PHG Electronics

Physical Description : Soundbox. Cassette with demo software. 10 page A4 stapled instruction manual. Single page A4 addendum.

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH53897. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 

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