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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.
I have seen those tape/floppy drives that slot into the cartridge slot looking space on the side of the unit, but I have been having a hard time finding them on Ebay and when I do, they are always very expensive. Are there any other ways to do this?
After long time of silence, new version of cassette-oriented utility named Turgen System is available. Download from: https://sourceforge.net/projects/turgen/ and try with your RAMBIT upgraded data recorder. Support for Rambit turbo system New Rambit plugin allows you to convert monolithic and segmented binary files to the Rambit system from UK. The new plugin comes with two sets of loaders - original and modern. The modern loaders were updated to increase probability of successful loading of segmented binary files with INIT segments while sacrificing the fancy screen effect of the original loaders. With modern loaders, you can load modern games like Ridiculous Reality. Rambit experience is not limited to data recorders with Rambit upgrade. Owners of data recorders with Czechoslovak Turbo 2000, Polish Turbo 2000F, Turbo ROM, Atari Super Turbo (and clones), or Lower Silesian Turbo can try RAMBIT too if they connect DATA IN and INTERRUPT pins in their SIO connector. Source code of the modernized loaders was released in the updated loaders package (now 1.12) This plugin is brand-new. Please report bugs using the Tickets section. Tape Image Extractor Selection of non-extractible chunks does not prevent extraction of a boot file. This increases convenience when extracting boot files