Spectravideo SVI-107M
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Description

The Spectravideo SVI-107M is a joycard released in Europe. The product name is "Quickshot VII". It is the MSX version of the regular Quickshot VII (Spectravideo SVI-107).

The fire buttons are controlled with the thumb or the index finger of the other hand. They are equipped with autofire which cannot be switched off. Two red LEDs flash with the pulse of the autofire when keeping either fire button pressed.

The PCB uses four metal prongs for the directional pad contacts and two dome switches (as used in the QuickShot I and II) for the fire buttons.

Brand Spectravideo
Model SVI-107M
Year 1985
Region Europe
Launch price
Package content
Emulation

Compatibility

The SVI-107M joycard is compatible with MSX systems.

Note:

  • There is another model of Quickshot VII joycard, which is far more common then the MSX one: SVI-107 Quickshot VII for Amstrad, Atari, Sears, Commodore and SVI-3x8

The SVI-107 is NOT compatible with the MSX, and is the model you will typically find on auction sites. Even if the seller states MSX compatibility be doubtful.

Gallery

SVI-107M package
Spectravideo SVI-107M
Spectravideo SVI-107M underside