Tag Archives: DC2N

DC2N5-LC Touchscreen?

As I received a few requests to produce more DC2N5-LC devices I’ll state my point here: to start with I am unable to buy additional displays at a reasonable price. Secondly, I haven’t got the time to build these devices. However, there … Continue reading

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Change request for DC2N5-LC implemented

The other day Nuno suggested showing some version information in DC2N5-LC, and I agree that’s something that would be beneficial. Along with the version number I am now also displaying the system date and time, after a time synchronisation file has been read in, … Continue reading

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Latest DC2N4-LC GUI clients tested successfully

After having worked out a simple way to expose additional dumping modes in DC2N4-LC GUI clients, as it was already occurring in CLI clients, I implemented the relevant changes. Over the weekend I finally managed to run a few tests. I am … Continue reading

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DC2N4-LC both GUI clients updated

I had a few minutes today after work to also update the GTK+ version of my DC2N4-LC GUI client. The update was actually quite quick. Here’s how the sampling options dialog looks like: Again, this version exposes all dumping modes, … Continue reading

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DC2N4-LC native Windows client updated for smooth support of Spectravideo and MSX inverted signals

I had some time to expose all DC2N4-LC dumping modes in the native Windows client and I decided to do so in a similar way as I do in the commandline client. For C64 and VIC 20, it all stays pretty … Continue reading

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MSX and Spectravideo tapes – Side B

Recently Aki approached me with some DMP files of Spectravideo tapes he made with his DC2N4-LC. Spectravideo hardware at some point seems to have used an encoding very similar, or even the same, as the MSX. I haven’t been digging deep … Continue reading

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DC2N5-LC: another task bites the dust

I’ve had some time to implement the generation of bootable Turbo Tape 250 files from PRG files. Here’s a video on the outcome 🙂

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