Re: "Stereo 6 Pack"

From: David Wood (
Date: 2005-01-23 05:13:54

Right.  But consider the type of sid installed in your c64 vs the sid on the
cartridge of course.  It would be a Bad Thing(TM) to clip the power lead for
a 9v 8580 onto a 12v 6581. :-P

If the sid is socketed, you could check to see where the lead goes to on the
cartridge pretty easily too I bet.


On Sat, 22 Jan 2005, Jim Brain wrote:

> Glenn Holmer wrote:
> >
> > It's one of those spring-loaded ones that clips onto a single
> > pin on a chip.  As for it being for power, that's what I remember
> > from the docs, which I no longer have.  This is ca. 1987; Mark is
> > the guy who wrote the stereo SID player.
> >
> I posit that David's answer is the correct one.  Considering you
> remember it to be "power", the clip would be an easy way to grab 9V from
> the existing SID
> Jim
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