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IECHost PCB design sent to manufacturing

Motivated by the manufacturing of a few more DC2N5-LC PCBs, I decided to also submit an order for IECHost PCBs. It would be great to get access to a 3D printer to print ad-hoc cases for these new PCBs 🙂

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TAPClean Front End update!

TAPClean Front End version 0.37 has just been published! Binaries are available for Windows and Linux on my Software page. For user convenience these binaries also provide the latest released version of TAPClean, 0.34. An updated version of the user … Continue reading

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DC2N5-LC PCBs ordered

This morning I sent the PCB design for DC2N5-LC to manufacturing. Including shipping and currency conversion they ended up being about 5 GBP each, which is more than what I’d have liked to pay, although there was a premium to … Continue reading

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Visiload T6 support in TAPClean

A further Tx variant of Visiload has been discovered and provisionally named “Visiload T6”. The variant is used in “Spindizzy 64” (part of the “Five Star” compilation), provided by Paul. Here’s a summary of the Visiload Tx variants that are … Continue reading

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CRL loader

After Pawel contributed his tape backups of Vengaence, I decided to look at my notes about the CRL tape loader and attempt the implementation of a scanner for TAPClean. Needless to say that processing the bulk of CRL turbo files … Continue reading

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Thinking of a new feature in DC2N5-LC

As I was thinking of DC2N5-LC I came up with this idea that I could use the filename extractor not just while dumping tapes, but also when it comes to playback TAP files. Why would I want to do that? … Continue reading

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If you missed your chance to buy a DC2N5-LC read on…

To my surprise, this evening I checked on eBay and found out that the display module I used for my first batch of DC2N5-LC is available again, although the price went up by 2 GBP, to a total of 5.41 … Continue reading

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