Monthly Archives: August 2017

Thinking of a custom controller for Amiga disks

I was thinking of working at a similar project as my own D1541, but this new one for Amiga disks and 3 and 1/2 inch drives. It would probably be something similar to KryoFlux, i.e. supporting multiple formats, but using … Continue reading

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IECHost DIY kits soon to be up for sale!

Today I received the PCBs for revision 1.1 of IECHost that I plan to make available to generic users and not just to beta testers. They are quite smaller than the ones for revision 1.0 and rather simple to solder … Continue reading

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Only one DC2N5-LC DIY kit left!

Only one chance for somebody to get their hands on the last DC2N5-LC DIY kit available for sale!

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C2NEmu GUI software update

As I was using the C2NEmu device the other day, I thought to make an update to the GUI software in order to make it more user friendly and to align it with the IECHost software. Essentially, three changes were … Continue reading

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Quite an update!

Back in January I was working at a replacement device for my USBhost-64 project, in order to be able to come up with something relatively inexpensive that would re-use the code I had written on the C64 side for interfacing … Continue reading

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IECHost update

To my surprise all the IECHost prototypes I planned to make available to beta testers are now gone. I am leaving a couple of revision 1.0 PCBs in my possession, along with a fully built prototype, for reference. Based on … Continue reading

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DC2N5-LC: 3D printed case design files available

I could hardly contain my joy today when I received an email from Zoë with design files, pictures, and misc info attached 🙂 Courtesy of the hyper-skilled Nina Richards, here is all you need to 3D print your own case for DC2N5-LC, … Continue reading

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