PC Engine/ TurboGrafx16
token - hes
points - Chipist
file types -
The PC Engine/TurboGrafx-16 was a home video game console released in 1987 for Japan and 1989 in North America respectively.
Sound is delivered through six 5-bit wavetable channels programed via the HuC6280A cpu. The 5th and 6th channel have noise generation capabilities. Also, the 2nd channel has an optional "LFO" function which can frequency modulate channel 1.
Software could stream sampled sound into any of the 6 channels with digital to analog conversion. Channels could also be combined for a higher 8, 9, or 10 bit PCM sample playback.