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Started by nocash, 14:52, 09 April 10
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Quote from: nocash on 01:36, 10 April 10Does somebody know why there were GX4000 boards without TV modulator?Maybe Amstrad supported only PAL modulators, but no SECAM ones... so french versions never included modulators?Or were there special super GX4000 versions with monitor instead modulator?
QuoteBtw. good finding! I didn't notice that there was an extra resistor.
Quote from: Gryzor on 09:34, 13 April 10Btw, can we have a photo of (5)? I don't think I remember a board so small...
Quote from: Devilmarkus on 09:41, 13 April 10http://cpcwiki.eu/index.php/Mainboard_Versions#CPC464_version_4_.28cost-down.29
Quote from: Gryzor on 09:43, 13 April 10Ah, that's the one? Is it really 1/4th of the case?? Would love to have on for my wall
Quote from: Gryzor on 10:31, 13 April 10This is a great photo...Two things:-The first mobo had a lot of wasted space at the borders. Building a design that uses less ICs makes much sense, of course, but using less plastic for the board itself has rather minimal returns....-So, seeing as they actually redesigned the case, and this is a MAJOR cost, I wonder why they would do it... Maybe it did make economic sense, but it's still interesting.
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