Monthly Archives: September 2015

VIC 20 with s-video

Sunday 27th September I modified my VIC 20. Now it has s-video output. The Modification.

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Received new switches

Today I received some new switches I bought from eBay seller e_goto. But I have another problem, my wire wrap wire ran out, so I bough some on eBay. Just have to wait un till it arrives.  

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Ram chips Arrive

Yesterday I received the memory chips I ordered from Futurlec (on Augustus 15th). They arrive good protected in a box.

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I killed a switch.

Last night I was working on a ZX spectrum keyboard replacement when a solder pad broke lose from the switch. The switches are very tiny, the solder pad are even smaller, so the traces are to small to solder a … Continue reading

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Found a music maker keyboard

Today, my lovely wife found a music maker keyboard at a second hand store. So we paid the 1 Euro they asked, and I added it to my collection. The keyboard came in it’s original box, but it has a … Continue reading

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New boot selector for Amiga

Last night I build 2 new boot selectors that is smaller than the last one. This one only needs to chip sockets, some wires and a switch. Look at my ‘Boot selector a500 version 2’ page for more info.

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New member to the family, A VIC-20

Today I collected a VIC-20. I swapped 2 Commodore 64 computers for one VIC-20. The VIC-20 is the predecessor of the Commodore 64. The VIC-20 specs: CPU MOS 6502 at 1 Mhz (1.108404 Mhz for PAL and 1.02 Mhz for NTSC) 20Kb … Continue reading

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