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Short description of the project:
Exploring old C64 platform
==What do we have==
*C64 PSU (1x original, 1x homemade)
*KCS Power cardridge
*Final Cardridge III
*tonnes of cassets with games
*Joystick (1x) need more, dufrent models)
*hardware extentions (modem, voicesyntesizer...)
*[http://www.vesalia.de/e_chameleon.htm Chameleon Card] drule.....
*[[1541 Emulator]] (SSD storage)
*Assembly monitor [http://www.c64.ch/programming/ tutorial] (for use with cartridges such as KCS/FCIII).
*[http://radagast.bglug.ca/C64_svideo/repair_pinouts.html#C64_AV_Connector Pinlayout S-Video]. Fixing the video output, copied from Revision Demoparty wiki : "its infact kinda easy. the chroma level is too high for that newfangled crap equipment. 600 ohms in series fix it nicely. (thats why i requested some device that has ANALOG gain adjust for chroma and luma - the digital one in the scankonverter doesnt help, as the signal is distorted already" --[[User:Franky|Franky]] 17:14, 30 September 2011 (CEST)
*[https://docs.google.com/drawings/d/1MH39Fti5whiWNbGmYJUlMHRkrt9lEtFJVEUYt6Wmrg8/edit XE1541 Cable schematics] - for use with the MSDOS / 64HDD combo. If you want to write D64 images from a multitasking environment (read: Windows/linux), you'll need to swap pin 5 and 6 at the commodore side (green and blue).
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