Time Traveler Virtual Library - Images and information on the major components

Time Traveler - Owners Manual (24 pages)
Time Traveler - Sony Trinitron Owners Manual (23 pages)
Time Traveler - Schematics (7 pages)
Time Traveler - Pinout for serial cable
Time Traveler - DIP Switch Settings

Time Traveler - ROM Images

 

 

Compatible Laserdisc Players - Sony LDP-1450, Sony LDP-1550, Sony LDP-2000, Sony LDP-3600D

Sony LDP-1450 - Operating Instructions (19 pages)
Sony LDP-1450 - Service Manual (98 pages)
Sony LDP-2000/2100/2200 - Operating Instructions (23 pages)
Sony LDP-xxxx - Command Set Info

Laserdisc Player Replacement - The Dexter board is a drop-in replacement which poses as the laserdisc player and plays the video for the game digitally, from a custom file format.  No laserdisc player or disc is needed with Dexter.  Dexter accepts the original commands from the PCB through the original interface cable.  Dexter has been going in and out of production multiple times, per demand, via pre-order process only.

 

 

Mirror - See a Diagram of the Mirror that drives the hologram illusion inside a Time Traveler game.

4800 Baud Rate - Unlike other games, which use a 9600 baud rate, Time Traveler requires the Sony laserdisc player to be set at 4800 baud, with the DIP switches (or rotary switch) on the back of the player set as follows:
Sony LDP-1450  -  1-down 2-down 3-up 4-down *
Sony LDP-1550  -  1-down 2-down 3-up 4-down
Sony LDP-2000  -  1-up 2-down 3-up 4-down
Sony LDP-3600D  -  Turn the rotary switch to the 4800 baud position.

* The Sony LDP-1450 has an additional bank of six switches that must all be set in the down position.

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Sega
(USA, 1991)

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