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Witchboard

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  1. I can honestly say I had a 128 when I was a kid but I never used it. Always booted into 64 mode for the games.
  2. I still have the price guide that came with my 400 when my father bought it. I don't know the year, but looks like he got it for $269 + 99.95 for the 16K memory upgrade.
  3. As soon as I'm finished with Inuyasha on NetFlix I plan on starting Rurouni Kenshin. Trying to watch all the old stuff I couldn't get around to when I was younger.
  4. They have an Apple IIc Bluetooth controller on Kickstarter now. It has a serial receiver option. Wouldn't think it would be difficult for them to modify it to different systems after that. Hopefully soon.
  5. Ah, yes, I should have specified I'm looking at adding it to a 400. How did you secure the cable to keep it from tugging on the internals? Just use the existing RF cable hole and use the case as a clamp?
  6. So how are people installing these? Meaning are you running the internal cabling to an S-Video port and the audio to a 3.5mm plug mounted to the back of your system or are you guys running cable out the back all the way to the TV? I'd think it would be cleaner looking to do the former, but thought I'd ask if anybody has documented it either way.
  7. So whomever purchases that option would be required to buy all the additional LEDs, resistors, VRM, etc that listed on the parts list document on github?
  8. Hi. I'm interested, but needing some clarification about the PCB + Case + pre-programmed ARM option. Are all the components included and need to be soldered on to the board, or are they all soldered on with exception of the processor?
  9. I would agree and presume it would appear in the OS as a second audio device.
  10. The cassette adapter? I playback the CAS converted audio file on my phone via Bluetooth to the cassette.
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