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  1. Inspired by igi's blog, I worked with a friend of mine, Kludgy, who created an open PCB design for the "6810 Doubler" for the Atari 1050 US Doubler, without the need to solder the two 6810 SRAM chips together. This allows a completely reversible installation, and less soldering steps are always appreciated by the soldering averse. Installation of the US Doubler with this PCB only requires one additional 6810 RAM chip, as the original one from a stock 1050 can be used in one of the sockets. The ROM may still need altering of the jumper positions however. I took advantage of OSH Park's "After Dark" black substrate and clear mask promotion for my first ever OSH Park order of 3 PCB's, which they arrived today. I got the pin headers and sockets soldered on, installed it in a 1050 with a US Doubler EPROM, and 2 6810 SRAM's, and I'm happy to report it works great! If anyone is interested in a US Doubler upgrade "Kit" with this fully assembled PCB, a programmed EPROM and 1 6810, express interest here and I'll tally up numbers for a potential additional run of PCB's, and figure out pricing. (Probably in the range of $15 to $20USD + Shipping) For those that are interested in assembling it yourself, here are links to the project at OSH Park & KiCad files at GitHub: OSH Park: https://oshpark.com/shared_projects/UESpVTDz GitHub: https://github.com/Kludgy/open6810doubler BOM: 2x MCM6810 or equivalent (1 new, 1 from original 1050) 2x 24 pin machine sockets for the top of the PCB 2x 12 Pin Machine header Strips to interconnect the PCB into the original 6810 location (U8) on the 1050 motherboard. 1x 24-pin machine socket on the motherboard (Optional, but provides more secure contact) Without further ado, here are some pictures:
  2. Anyone interested in Brazilian CCE/Polyvox and other Brazilian brands of atari 2600 games? Saw a couple carts on ebay but they seem a bit off priced.
  3. I’m working on making some new 2600 touchpads from scratch complete with custom shells. I am also working on making overlays that have the same purpose as the original touchpad overlays, to label each button so you know what you’re doing by pressing each one. I wanted something to do and thought this would be a fun project. I’m not sure how rare they are so I don’t know if anyone else would want/need one. Each touchpad will come with one overlay for the game of your choice. Once I know how many people are interested, I’ll provide an update with a price as I would like to buy all the parts at once to keep each touchpad as low priced as possible for both me and anyone who wants to buy one, and I don’t want to over- or underestimate the part costs. I will also provide picture updates as I get through the prototyping stages. If anyone knows where I can find a list of games that used the touchpad, that’d be much appreciated as it would let me know how many overlays I need to design. As far as I can tell, the link in the 2600 Archives results in a 404 so I’ll need another source.
  4. Will need to end up selling one (or both); and was wondering how much to ask (unexpected car repair + new baby in a few weeks) The Antonia is installed in a great condition 800xl which would be included. The 320XE is with covox (no pass thru), would possibly include 130xe with keyboard cup upgrade; also great condition, and UAV upgrade. Also have an Atarimax MyIDE II and SIDE2 which I could part with one if needed (would rather keep the Atarimax MyIDEII). The 800xl is my only XL system, and I have a couple 65xe's and an XEGS and 130XE, so I don't think I'd miss the 800 too bad. If you had to sell one which would you keep? With this combination of hardware; how would you maximize your money and still have a system you like? I'm leaning towards selling the XL with the SIDE2 which is the combo I'd miss the least. But I think the RAM 320XE could command a higher price, but the 130 is my favorite system (though I could live without the 320XE). I have 65XE and XEGS I could use to not have to sell the upgraded keyboard if needed, and with MyIDE II, extended RAM isn't as urgent on the XE's. Thoughts? Suggestion? Pity? Offers of copious sums of cash or prizes? Thanks guys/gals
  5. Anyone interested in Brazilian CCE/Polyvox and other Brazilian brands of atari 2600 games? Saw a couple carts on ebay but they seem a bit off priced.
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