This 1984 TV cost $1,890 USD in today's money when it was new! (Panasonic CTF-1465R)

During the 80s, Japanese consumer electronics companies were making some very impressive electronics. Super well built, feature laden and really advanced. What we have here, a Panasonic OMNI Series computer monitor that is likely one of the most feature filled consumer 13" TV/monitors ever made at the time.

-- Info

Panasonic CTF-1465R
Chassis NMX-GXSD

34 lbs / 15kg

-- Video Links

Component location sticker scan:

Adrian's Digital Basement Merch store:

Support the channel on Patreon:

Adrian's Digital Basement (Main Channel)

-- Tools

Deoxit D5:

O-Ring Pick Set: (I use these to lift chips off boards)

Elenco Electronics LP-560 Logic Probe:

Hakko FR301 Desoldering Iron:

Rigol DS1054Z Four Channel Oscilloscope:

Head Worn Magnifying Goggles / Dual Lens Flip-In Head Magnifier:

TL866II Plus Chip Tester and EPROM programmer: (The MiniPro)

TS100 Soldering Iron:

EEVBlog 121GW Multimeter:

DSLogic Basic Logic Analyzer:

Magnetic Screw Holder:

Universal ZIP sockets: (clones, used on my ZIF-64 test machine)

RetroTink 2X Upconverter: (to hook up something like a C64 to HDMI)

Plato (Clone) Side Cutters: (order five)

Heat Sinks:

Little squeezy bottles: (available elsewhere too)

--- Links

My GitHub repository:

Commodore Computer Club / Vancouver, WA – Portland, OR – PDX Commodore Users Group

--- Instructional videos

My video on damage-free chip removal:

--- Music

Intro music and other tracks by:
Nathan Divino
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