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Hello, I was wondering if their was anyway I could load a .cas file that was converted into a .wav file and play it through a mp3 player to my Atari XE system. I'm fairly new to the retro computer scene and I would like to try playing a few games on it instead of using an emulator. Any help would be much appreciated.
Hi all, I'm tearing my hair out trying to get any downloaded games to run on my real Atari 400 or 130XE. I'm using a tape adapter connected to my android tablet running tapdancer, which can play the audio of CAS files among others. If I try to load by going into BASIC and then typing CLOAD, I get an error 21 after the first set of beeps, and if I hold down start whilst powering on and try to load that way, it lasts a bit longer and then comes up with BOOT ERROR. This happens with many different game files as well as WAV files created with cas2wav. (played with a normal audio app as opposed to tapdancer) The audio sounds a lot higher pitched and possibly faster than what you get when you load a real tape. I'm thinking the audio isn't being reproduced correctly but at a loss as to how to fix it. Any ideas? Thanks in advance,
Hi I got Atari 800. Can I download games directly from my computer through the SIO port of Atari? I converted .cas to .wav (out only mono) using cas2wav, and then through Foobar I want to load into Atari. If possible, which contacts should the SIO send a signal from audio card. Logically, at 3 (Data Input) and Ground. Is this possible and can I damage Atari?
Is it possible? I remember I had a "cassette copier" program which read the cassette data, kept the data in memory and then dumped it to another cassette. I would like something like that , but instead of writing to another cassette, write to a disk file. Another, (very ugly) solution I was thinking about was to load the cassette and use the headphone output of the speakers to connect the my PC to record the sound. The problem is I don't have access to any cassette player, except the Atari 1010. And I want to send a backup of Wordrace to atarimania I've being checking thrift stores for month for a decent priced and working cassette deck, without luck. Thank you