first off is the inside of the cpu.
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here you can see i chopped off part of the motherboard to reuse. i had to replace the 2 tape headphone jacks with ones that will work with stereo audio.
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this is the back of the cpu. i had already modded my apple iie joystick a couple years before i built this, so i use a 2600-daptor for my joystick. option8 retroconnector makes an apple iie joystick adapter if you wanted to keep it original.
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next is my external hard drive. i built it inside an apple 300 baud modem. it has a db9 to usb adapter cable to power it.
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next is my duo superdrive. i gutted the floppy drives and added two apple superdrives. i wired up the leds and the usb cables to the 25 pin connector. it has a 25 pin to 2x usb connectors for power.
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next is my extension cables and adapter cables. i wanted to make my own ribbon cables instead of using pre-made extension cables to keep the 1980 vibe.
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next i used the 19 pin connector to go to the first 19 gpio pins on the raspberry pi. I then made an external real time clock.
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next is lcd screen. i removed the guts from a 9" green phosphor monitor and replaced it with a 15" lcd tv.
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and the finished product. i didn't mention it, but i also have a macintosh m0110a keyboard that i use as well as the original apple iie's built in keyboard. there is an adapter inside the cpu and it has a plug on the back to plug it in. i even bought a new school desk to use for my apple iie. on the side of the monitor there is a knob that was originally for adjusting the crt that i now use as a volume knob.
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i would have to dig up the photo but i gutted the power supply and wired up the female end of an extension cord to the inside of the power supply box and just plugged the raspberry pi's power supply into it.
Edited by pimpmaul69, Tue Jun 6, 2017 10:51 PM.