Commodore CDTV

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Commodore CDTV
Released: 1991-03-??
Discontinued: 1993-??-??
Developer: Commodore
Type: Hardware

The Commodore CDTV is a CD-ROM based home multimedia platform which was released in 1991. The CDTV is of similar specification to the Amiga 500 computer. CDTV is an acronym for "Commodore Dynamic Total Vision".


Music and Sound

The Commodore CDTV uses the same PAULA chip which was also used in all Amiga models. In addition to this, the CDTV has the capability to play Red Book CD Audio directly from the software CD.