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Mustang is a German company.

Mustang 9008Edit

Mustang 9008
Manufacturer  ? (Hong Kong)
Generation First Generation
Release date 1977
The 9008 model is much rarer than the 6 games version 9012 but uses the same common GI AY-3-8500 chip.
CPUAY-3-8500 (General Instrument)
BUTTONSserve, start/reset
SWITCHESpower on/off, game select, game difficulty
BUILT IN GAMESTennis, Hockey, Squash, Handball
CONTROLLERS2 detachable controllers with a knob
SCORE -
COLOR / B&W -
SOUNDBuilt-in
SIZE / WEIGHT -
I/O PORTSRF TV video output
POWER SUPPLYExternal power supply 9V or 6x1.5v "C"(R12) batteries

Mustang 9009Edit

Mustang 9009
Manufacturer  ? (Hong Kong)
Generation First Generation
Release date 1977
CPU -
BUTTONS -
SWITCHES -
BUILT IN GAMES -
CONTROLLERS -
SCORE -
COLOR / B&W -
SOUNDBuilt-in
SIZE / WEIGHT -
I/O PORTSRF TV video output
POWER SUPPLYExternal power supply 9V or 6x1.5v "C"(R12) batteries

Mustang 9012 (713 773/58)Edit

Mustang 9012
Manufacturer  ? (Hong Kong)
Generation First Generation
Release date 1977
CPUAY-3-8500 (General Instrument)
BUTTONSserve, start/reset
SWITCHES power on/off, game select, game difficulty
BUILT IN GAMESTennis, Hockey, Squash, Handball, Target, Shoot
CONTROLLERS2 detachable controllers with a knob + light pistol
SCORE -
COLOR / B&W -
SOUNDBuilt-in
SIZE / WEIGHT167mm W x 242mm L x 69mm H / 630g (without batteries); 190g (controllers)
I/O PORTSRF TV video output, gun connector
POWER SUPPLYAC 9V, 100 mA, 3.5mm plug or 6 x "C" 1,5v batteries

Mustang 9014 PanzerschlachtEdit

Very rare tank-battle system with special steering controllers released in 1978. This system is almost same with the Intercord TCVS-11 system with one exception; the buttons are located on the left side instead of the right side of the casing. There is also a french system that looks almost the same: The "Tank Heroique" system has the same case but the 4 Pong games that came with both German systems are not included. 2 extra controllers came with the German system to allow playing the Pong games.The steering controllers were not very solid so they broke quite fast.

CPU -
BUTTONS -
SWITCHES -
BUILT IN GAMES -
CONTROLLERS -
SCORE -
COLOR / B&W -
SOUNDBuilt-in
SIZE / WEIGHT -
I/O PORTSRF TV video output
POWER SUPPLYExternal power supply 9V or 6x1.5v "C"(R12) batteries

Mustang 9015Edit

Mustang 9015
Mustang 9015
Generation First Generation
Release date 1978
Media type 9015 Cartridges

Part of the "9015 systems".

Mustang 9016 (MPT-02)Edit

This is a quite rare and interesting Pong like cartridge system. It was sold by the German Company Mustang and is a clone of the American RCA Studio II console. It plays Pong style games and has built in keyboard controllers. There are some games built-in others could be loaded from cartridges (7 or 8 of them exist).

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