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Commodore CDTV

The Commodore CDTV is a computer system with a external keyboard, internal power-supply, CD drive, remote control and a motherboard. On the motherboard you will find a 16-bit Motorola 68000 processor and three co-processors: Denise (video), Agnus (memory, blitter and copper) and Paula (audio and I/O). De CDTV has the ECS or the Enhanced Chip Set.
By using different processors for specific tasks the Amigas are very efficient and quick.
The Commodore CDTV is designed for multimedia application's, but also for playing games. The CDTV is basically a Amiga 500 plus with a CD drive. The CDTV is standard equipped with 1 Mbyte memory and kickstart 2.x.


Motorola 68000

Processor frequency:

7.14 MHz


1024 kbyte RAM, 512 kbyte ROM


640 x 512 pix, 80 x 30 chr, 4096 clr, 8 mob


4 Voices


Parallel, Serial, Joy / Mouse, Keyboard, RGB(I) video, Stereo sound, Ext. diskdrive, TV in-out, MIDII, Zorro.


320 x 428 x 91 mm


Commodore - Amiga
Commodore Dynamic Total Vision - CD-1000
Update: 2008-12-17 22:39:14