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Old 04 May 2016, 09:12   #1
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CD32 FMV Rev 1 - black

I've just received a Black rev 1 FMV unit for adition to BBoAH. The black rev 1 version is the only one I have seen and the person who owns it, got it directly from Commodore when he was working for a Danish games developer.

Have the black rev 1 versions ever been sold in shops or are they developers only?



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Old 04 May 2016, 09:24   #2
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And it looks cool too Is it possible to dump the ROM and see what version number it is?
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Old 04 May 2016, 09:27   #3
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Nice! Never seen one before, and knowing Commodore I doubt the dev boards had any outer casing tbh.
Btw maybe it's just been custom sprayed by someone....hard to tell either way! Bar opening it and comparing board revision numbers?
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I'll see if a dump can be arranged

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Stickers says Rev A. It has not been spraypainted. CD32 with the unit was delivered directly to ITE (http://hol.abime.net/hol_search.php?..._publisher=363) from Commodore. So it's the original color.

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Nice! Never seen one before, and knowing Commodore I doubt the dev boards had any outer casing tbh.
Btw maybe it's just been custom sprayed by someone....hard to tell either way! Bar opening it and comparing board revision numbers?
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Is it for sale?
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Stickers says Rev A. It has not been spraypainted. CD32 with the unit was delivered directly to ITE (http://hol.abime.net/hol_search.php?..._publisher=363) from Commodore. So it's the original color.
Yeah looks legit from the high res shots.

btw on your site the high res back is listed as front, rev 2?
And the box image show a image of the manual.

Pretty sure i had a rev 2 version years ago, was annoyed at the time, bought Cannon Fodder expecting to see the FMV intro...nothing, it just played the normal A500 intro....Video CDs ran fine, wonder if something was incompatible, not like there was any other FMV games to test it with!...come to think of it Video Creator supposedly supported it and that didn't work either! Sorry going off topic slightly!
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