Victor IF-7900
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The Victor IF-7900 VHD interface is a sequel to the IF-7510. The IF-7900 is compatible with the "VHDpc Inter Action" standard.

A VHDpc interface is able to read an interpreted program similar to BASIC digitally recorded onto the VHD (on the track B audio channel) that can be executed by any computers that uses an interface and associated player with the VHDpc logo. Thus no need for an external program (usually on tape) to run an interactive software on VHDpc.

It comes with a manual and a RGB21 video cable.

The cartridge includes a 8kB ROM with additional MSX-BASIC instructions - see Victor BASIC.

This interface is designed to be used between the HC-7 computer and a Victor (or compatible) VHD player, via the AHD port used for computer control of the player.

This interface can also be used with the HC-6 and HC-60 computers when they are extended with the superimposing adaptor module HC-A602S.

Note that the IF-7900 interface can't be used with

  • the HC-5 computer, that requires the IF-7510 interface
  • the HC-90 and HC-95 computers, which require the IF-C9C interface
  • any other MSX with external/internal superimpose device in NTSC (A few old monitors/TVs have superimpose functionality)

Official price: ¥35,000.


Victor IF-7900
Victor IF-7900 manual
Victor IF-7900 box and content
Victor IF-7900 box
Victor IF-7900
Victor IF-7900
Victor IF-7900 back
Victor IF-7900 with RGB21 A/V input cable