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Started by Chinnery, 10:02, 27 May 19
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Quote from: TotO on 10:39, 27 May 19Cool! Any project with it?
Quote from: TotO on 10:39, 27 May 19Yes, the no acid design (nocash) have this known problem.
Quote from: Chinnery on 11:31, 27 May 19No projects - all my project seem to reference the wrong items anyway (Eagle noob)I've heard there is a workaround, but I've had no joy in finding this out. I use these for GX4000 stuff anyway, so no great harm.
Quote from: Gryzor on 14:22, 24 June 19How long till copies of Pang and Chase HQ XIII appear on ebay?
Quote from: 00WReX on 08:44, 23 June 19Thanks to @Chinnery for providing the Gerbers, I had a batch of boards made up just for fun.I have just finished 5 boards for my own 'Arcade Classics" collection, and they work perfectly.Cartridges made: EPROM USED:1)Frogger - The 'Executioner' arcade port 2007 M27C20012)Ghosts'n Goblins GX4000 - Xifos 2018 M27C20013)Space Invaders Arcade Emulator - 40Crisis 2016 M27C20014)Bomb Jack I - Phantomz conversion update M27C40015)Scramble - PuzCPC 2019 M27C4001Next plan is to get some 3D printed cases made up, and put some stickers on them to make them appear somewhat professional. Cheers,Shane
Quote from: BeaglzNZ on 23:59, 23 August 21Just wondering if you have managed to create a STL for a case for these cartridges? I have got a few PCBs and awaiting parts to assemble - any idea if there is enough clearance for a ZIF socket?Cheers,Antony
Quote from: Shining on 14:10, 28 August 21Somewhere else I've written that already.after analyzing the oszillograms from octoate and nilquader in the past I found a solution for the reset problem with a simple rc-combination on the preset pin. I never had any issues with a cart using this and I always use a reset-key.
Quote from: ChrisJames on 14:14, 05 December 21Somebody know this cartridgehttps://twitter.com/anakintf/status/1459907093780217856
Quote from: TotO on 19:52, 05 December 21Well... It is probably the C4CPC grandfather. Nothing official here, despite the Amstrad logo.
Quote from: ChrisJames on 22:31, 05 December 21It looks something similar to what you want to do with the PLAY2CPC
Quote from: BeaglzNZ on 02:31, 11 December 21Just wondering what thickness do you use for the PCBs? I got some done at the default thickness which is 1.6mm I think but it seems a bit too thick?Thanks.
Quote from: TotO on 16:58, 03 December 21I have tested this schematic by curiosity, and it looks to not work at all. May be I have done something wrong... I don't understand what does special your RC combination compared to the original schematic.
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