From: B. Degnan (billdeg_at_degnanco.com)
Date: 2007-01-10 04:27:05
All, ...Thanks to everyone who replied. I am happy to use a regular C64 ROM. I have a 901227-02 / 1383 that should do the trick. There is a 901227-03 on Ebay right now for $8 + shipping. I will try the 02 first, and see how it goes. Ruud, I only have one spare ( I assume working) NTSC 6560, but it's part of a clock I made out of a VIC-20 and all of the rest of my VIC-20's work. vintagecomputer.net/pictures/vic20_clock.JPG. Bill At 09:12 AM 1/9/2007 +0100, you wrote: >Hallo Bill, > > > > Does anyone have a spare 251104-01 or the equivalent for > > trade/sale? > >As the SX itself is rare IMHO, a spare ROM certainly will be. As Rolf >already mentioned, a normal C64 ROM should work as well. A third solution >is a 28-pins EPROM like the 2764 (or higher) plus a convertor socket. Last >solution: I can burn you a Motorola 68674 (???), the EPROM version of the >2364. In that case you can plug this EPROM directly in the original socket. >As a trade I'm looking for the 6560, the NTSC-version of VIC-20 video >chip. I have no idea if this chip is hard to find. If you cannot find it, >a 6567 will do as well as I can use a spare for my US equipment. > Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list
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