Tag Archives: Datassette

The difference with Cassette read line on C64 and C16/+4

I’ve commented a few times on this subject but it seems that some people still find it obscure. Also, some of those who read my explanation on this seem to periodically forget it, including SLC 😛 Therefore here’s how it works, in … Continue reading

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DC2N5-LC PRG file playback

I finally found some time and motivation to add the PRG file playback feature in DC2N5-LC 🙂 Although I had implemented a PC tool for aiding this development, PRG2TAP, I decided to rewrite the whole conversion using some code I had drafted before I … Continue reading

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Initial change to TAPCleanFE to aid the creation of IDX files

I’ve had some time today to add start offset information into TAPClean Front End’s report, tape edit and split tools. The benefit should be obvious given the screenshot below: Obviously, I am still convinced that a semi-automated tool to create … Continue reading

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DC2N5-LC TAP playback video update

As I was testing a new build I thought to publish a video of the TAP playback testing. Here it is:

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Another DC2N5-LC DIY kit sold

Having to build your own device might put most people off, but this little device is quite simple to assemble and yet another kit is gone 🙂

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C2NEmu video

As I finally unpacked the Commodore 64 I bought on eBay to replace my previous one, I thought to make a video of the TAP playback feature in C2NEmu. Here it is:

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DC2N5-LC video update

I made an updated video on the dumping process in DC2N5-LC that illustrates the current interface and set of features. Enjoy!

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