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Compusound
Not Known
1982
Hardware: Sound/Speech
£9.95
English
Not Applicable
Undetermined

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Chris Bourne

SOUND VALUE ON THE BOX

IN MARCH 1984, I first looked at the Tele-Sound from Compusound. That has now resurfaced as the Sound boost from Saga Systems.

Sound boost is a small PCB that fits inside the Spectrum case and puts the BEEP out via the TV.

It has changed little in the last two years, and although fiddly to fit, it has the advantage that once fitted you do not have to worry about it.

If you want to blast the neighbours at full volume the Soundboost has many advantages. However, as it does not disable the internal beeper you cannot zap in private.

One other feature it shares with its 1984 counterpart is the price, still at £9.95 inc.

Saga Systems Ltd, 2 Eve Road, Woking, Surrey GU21 4JT. Tel: 04862-22977.

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