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Ben Heck's Atari Video Music teardown

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01.17.16 in DIY
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Ben goes beyond retro gaming machines with the "Atari Video Music," uncovering customized microchips, replacing aged parts and braving the hazards of ungrounded metal. Can Ben repair this once groovy analogue music visualizer or is it going to be left to woodworms and rust? Watch now and you might even discover what it tastes like. Join the Ben Heck Show team with exclusive content, project builds and suggest more retro hardware that Ben and co' can hack apart on the element14 community.

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