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  1. Hi guys! I am trying to find some reliable information concerned with the graphics screen in Fairchilds Channel F. I am interested in its internal organization and how the actual TV screen is made out of the VRAM content. Is there any literature/website concerned with this particular topic? I have checked viswiki and other sites, but couldn't find anything that really sheds light on it (apart from some VRAM remarks). Best regards, Knurri
  2. Hello All. I apologize in advance if this has been covered, or if I put this in the wrong forum. I recently purchased a Fairchild Channel F (so recent, it has not arrived yet). The previous owner has disassembled the unit, lost the screws, and is now sending it to me in pieces. I've been rebuilding/cleaning retro consoles for some time now as a hobby. I've found plenty of service information for 2600, Intellivision, Nintendo, to name a few...but the Channel F, the original 1976 model, relatively nothing. Not even a parts list. I've scoured this forum and the interwebz at large, but to no avail (a poorly made service manual and schematics for the system board/psu). This is literally the first time I've felt a need to post a topic. The reason for starting this topic? A single, aggregated, source for parts list information that the community can contribute to. Specifically I need screw sizes (length, preferably thread size as well) but any contribution will be helpful to someone eventually. Example: Ever source replacement cord for the controller? Add it here! Replace a switch/button? Type and kind (classification) will be very welcomed! What I can aggregate for now: VES Wiki (good schematics, and programming info): http://channelf.se/veswiki/index.php?title=Main_Page Schematics (locally sourced): http://atariage.com/forums/topic/111866-fairchild-ves-channel-f-composite-video-mod/?hl=%2Bfairchild+%2Bchannel+%2Bschematic&do=findComment&comment=1437503 Service Manual (of sorts): https://archive.org/details/Fairchild_VES_Service_Manual_1976_Fairchild
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  4. I am making a Golf game for the Channel F. After 24 hours, I have a version 4. To hit the ball, make the club head touch the ball and press fire + the direction you want the ball to move. The ball and man can move in 8 different directions. Right now the ball doesn't stop, so once you hit the ball the game freezes except the ball keeps moving. Let me know what you think so far. I've attached the latest binary file for use in MAME/MESS (or if there's another emulator for the Channel F I don't know about.) golf4.bin
  5. Up for sale are four (4) flash / multi carts for systems I no longer have. I used them briefly when I bought them only to test them and see their capabilities. I fashioned some old VHS cases to house each cartridge and custom-made the insert from online documentation. The memory cards shown in the photos are included and can be formatted clean at buyer's request. I ship internaltionally out of Canada (C1A1K7) so if you're wondering what shipping costs will be, simply visit CanadaPost.ca and find out. Each cartridge/package measures 13cm x 21cm x 3cm x 0.25kg I accept PayPal only. Here are the flash/multi carts for sale ... Atari 5200 128-in-1 Flash Multi-Cart from Atarimax - asking $50 SOLD Atari 7800 Cuttle Cart 2 - asking $160 SOLD Channel F Multi-Cart - asking $100 SOLD Sega Genesis EverDrive Multi-Cart - asking $50.00 SOLD PM me if you have any questions regarding this sale. Thanks for looking!
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