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  1. https://amigastore.eu/en/722-classic-520-amiga-500-accelerator.html
  2. Well,I just got my Classic520 in the mail the other day and I have to say that this is probably one of the BEST accelerator solutions I've ever seen. This Board gives your A500.... 1. Motorola 68EC020 @ 28mhz 2. 8 Megs of Fast Ram 3. Flash Rom ability 4. CF card slot for bootable HDD support 5. SD card Slot Hot Swapable with FAT32 Support 6. 40pin IDE support for CDrom Option It's fast and smooth. booted right up from my already existing CF card (Originally made for the HC508) Games run great and WHDload Compatibility is awesome. Obliterator by Psygnosis runs great. Price for the USA was about $202.00 shipped. Well worth the money in my opinion.
  3. Oops. sorry. wrong link.... https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07MYVF61Y/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
  4. I haven't noticed any lag with this. I played battle squadron for 2 hours last night. No problems here. Picture is awesome.
  5. I'm really surprised that no one has thought of this. Since the US doesn't have Scart as a standard for our TV's, we have to find a better solution than scart to hdmi. Most scart to hdmi converters has too much lag for gaming. So I started looking at the hyperkin / pound cables for the retro systems and stumbled upon this solution. The Playstation adapter is a perfect fit for the amiga. Simply cut the Playstation video plug off of the cable and wire in a DB23 plug directly. Works beautifully. I also wired in a left and right RCA cable to the audio lines in the adapter. Here is the adapter I used..... https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07MYVF61Y..._8JcZDbZSP810G Wire colors in this adapter are as follows... Red wire=red Blue wire=blue Green wire=green Black wire=sync Brown wire=ground White wire=left audio Orange wire=right audio. Other wires, purple, yellow and grey are not used. You do not need to attach the ground to the audio RCA jacks. I will make a YouTube video soon and post it for reference. Hope this helps some people out. 😃 -kjmann
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  7. Has anyone ever been able tofix the no button hack so you dont jump in the street after completing a run?
  8. It's Not likely caps with a 2500. probably the HD going bad.
  9. I just Saw This and, WOW! Awesome work you guys. When the RMT hack was done IIRC, both tep392 and Fandal Did work on it. wish I had the coding skills you all have. =) Music is the only thing I've every been able to do.
  10. The boards are done and I have them here at home. I'm trying to finish the assembly so I can send them to Lance for Christmas sales.
  11. There are several booby traps in the code to make it not work on a multi cart type situation, including several pieces of code to prevent it from running on an emulator.
  12. There will be No Digital Downloads of Venture or Tempest Xtreem. Period. If peter wants to sell his games in that fashion (Secretum Labyrinth, Delta Space Arena, etc) that is up to him.
  13. Boards are in. Cases are in. just waiting for the 13pin Video Cables from V61.
  14. Rybags and I got together on redoing the Sound in Jungle hunt, including adding the original Background Music into the game. He has sped up the game and has it running much smoother. the new music and SFX are in there but some timing for them needs to be adjusted before it can be released.
  15. most TV's should work if it supports 240/288p and 480/576i
  16. the boards are finished and they are being assembled. as soon as I have more info, i will post it here. =)
  17. Ah MAGE, I remember it well. It was Made by Majicsoft in about 95 or so (Maybe later, I'm not sure) I actually did some music for one of their ST games back then called NERTz. Written by a guy named John Ronnander in my hometown of Medford Oregon. MAGE was Actually a pretty cool little kit. Dave Munsie (Who I think Wrote MAGE, IIRC) did some cool Classic Arcade ports for the ST using the MAGE software. I specifically remember "Kid Kong", a donkey kong clone being pretty decent.
  18. Thanks. I'll answer them one at a time.... I just had my TV set to Wide/Stretch. you can set yours to whatever suits you. =) It works on both PAL and NTSC It's not listed yet because we are waiting for the boards to be manufactured. I may still add this although I would have to put in a complicated switch setup. also the High Res Might not be White if I did this. It would probably be a Light Cyan or close to it. It is an External Device. it has a 2 Foot Cord that plugs in to the Atari ST monitor port and goes into a small box with the three YUV RCA Jacks on it. (If I add the high res, There would also be a switch mounted in the box). Thanks, I will post a pic when I have a fully cased version to take a picture of. -Sal
  19. Sony has been going cheap on a lot of things over the past few years. I wont buy a sony anymore. I don't personally like them. Sharp and toshiba have the ability to switch to PAL mode on a lot of their TV's. and there are several places in the US to Buy Multi Regional TV's Now. Just not at a local store, and the prices are comparable to most local stores. I'm not too concerned with this issue. people that want a display ability like this will probably purchase a TV that fits what they want. I even supplied a link to the TV I purchased and that store (located in the US) has Serveral more models and sizes available. This is the place I bought my TV: http://www.220-electronics.com This is a link to the TV I purchased: http://www.220-electronics.com/sharp-lc32le240m-32-multi-system-led-tv.html
  20. It's more than that. It is an RGB to component Converter, but there was a bit more required to make something like this work on an ST without an RF Modulator. Does Just Medium and Low Res. I haven't had the time to try to get it to work with High Res Yet. I will tinker with it, but it's not High on the priority list.
  21. The TV I Did the Video with is a Brand New Sharp 32" LED and it does PAL Perfectly (Link Here). I bought it from 220-Electronics.com There are more and more Places selling Multi Regional TV's every day. The Sharp I have Supports NTSC, PAL and SECAM. Cost me $260. You just have to look at what you're buying. when you buy a cheap TV, you get what you pay for. Thanks for the compliment on the picture and unit. =)
  22. A Video of the Adapter In Action. Sorry for the bad video quality, (it's a bit dark). I don't have a great camera and YouTube doesn't do the best job rendering the video.
  23. Yes. We will be selling them through Video61 / Atarisales.com
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