Szeva'... > Slightly off-topic I know but bear with me. I'm looking for a source of > Yamaha YMF262 chips - if anyone knows a common soundcard that uses / used > them please let me know. This is the original OPL3 sound chip as opposed > to the later cost reduced / low power / integrated versions found in > laptops etc. Both my first soundcards (Sound Blaster Pro II and an Opti 9xx (sorry, don't remember; it was manufactured in '94, maybe 80c929)) had a separate YMF262 as FM soundgenerator. Both were SMT packaged. > Therefore, once I have the Sound > Expander's schematic it should be possible to make a stereo 4 operator > sound expansion which is backwards-compatible with Commdore's original > Sound Expander and the upgraded YM3812 one I mentioned on the list a while > back. Played with the same idea when you first introduced your experiences with the sound expander card. ...What about reverse engineering the sound thingy, eh? L. - This message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list. To unsubscribe: echo unsubscribe | mail email@example.com.
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