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  1. Though I've posted about my channel and videos before, I figured keeping a central place in one thread would make more since. While I have done more videos than I will likely ever post in here, I thought it would be good to start off with my 40th official video for my channel and to start off April right. I present my unboxing and game play review for the Neo Games home-brew release of the limited boxed edition of Spies in the Night for the Atari 2600! Enjoy and thank you for watching!
  2. Hey guys, I came across this program a few months ago called 'Electronics Assistant' it has many electronic calculators for led's, capacitors, resistors, frequency and many more. The screenshot is just a few of the calculators open, but there are many more in there. It's free and is clean. Just hoping someone will get as much out of it as I do. EDIT: after posting I realized this was a direct download link, here is the website link so you can read about it before downloading. Site: https://www.electronics2000.co.uk/ Direct Download: http://www.electronics2000.co.uk/assist/assist.exe *Also checkout the program 'Evil Genius - Resistor Attack' under the Software link and tell me he never played TI Invaders...
  3. ivop

    SIO2PC PCB

    I have been back using my Atari 800 XL for about six months now. I bought a MyIDE cart to backup all my old floppies. Most of them were still readable. I did not really like the MyIDE cart though. Well, the cart is fine, it's mainly the patched O.S. It's a pity it doesn't support mixing SIO and IDE devices very well. So, I dug out my old SIO2PC cables. I had one MAX232 version and one using an MC1489. Both looked like crap (they were soldered very badly) so I decided to rebuild one. I "designed" a small PCB for the MAX232 version. Here it is: Schematic: PCB: (normal and mirrored version) Component placement:
  4. I finally compiled all the different Eagle parts I had drawn over the last year into a single Eagle library and adjusted them to be more or less uniform in look. While I was at it, I also added all missing chips and connectors. Currently, it contains the following parts: 74LS08 74LS14 74LS51 74LS74 74LS138 74LS158 74LS375 4050 4051 4164 6502C/Sally 6520A/PIA 27128/OS PROM ANTIC BASIC ROM Cartridge Cartridge Socket EP8212 GTIA Joystick Port Keyboard Socket LM358 MMU Monitor Jack Parallel Bus Interface Parallel Bus Interface Device POKEY Power Jack RF Modulator SIO Jack Basically, it's everything you find on an 800XL motherboard. Update 2014-04-29: added conversion to Eagle 6.5.0 (XML file format). atari.lbr.gz eagle-6.5.0-atari.lbr.gz
  5. What exactly is missing from our knowledge of the Atari VCS/2600's hardware that prevents us from making a perfect hardware clone of it? I've looked around, and apparently there's already a lot of information, and even hand-drawn schematics, on the TIA custom chip. What else is there missing?
  6. Hi AtariAgers, I have of course Googled this concept and found a schematic, but I'd like some first-hand opinion please. Back in the day several companies sold small devices that could be installed inside the computer are and solder to the motherboard. Has anyone done this? I am looking for some pictures. Thank you. Cheers, KB
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