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07-05-2020, 02:26 AM
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Hi, I've just joined this forum since I'm hoping someone can help me identify this video mixer. I got it in a mixed ebay lot.

Even though I picked it up in London, it turns out this (and all the other video equipment I got with it) is NTSC.

It doesn't really work properly, giving a very glitchy output. (Yes, I'm using it with other ntsc equipment)

There's no model number or manufacturer anywhere on it, but there is a US address printed on the back:


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20516 Lorne
Taylor, MI 48180
and, taking it apart, one of the circuit boards has this info:


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Designed by E. Johnson and the Catchpole Corp.
Microcontrol By Chrysalis Microsystems
Video Interface Products H-11 (or H-II?) Rev. F
Anyone recognise this? I'm hoping to one day get it working as it looks like it could be fun.


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