RE: Hi-res on the PET

From: M H Stein <>
Date: Tue, 22 Dec 2009 23:50:45 -0500
Message-ID: <01CA8361.9C44C760@MSE_D03>
Umm, sorry Cameron; much as I hate to argue with you of all people, I have
the manuals and MTU catalogue in front of me, and it's "Visible" in all of
them... Where did you see it called "Visable?"

I don't suppose anybody has or knows where to find the software development
packages for the MTU boards ? (Not just the demo tape)


From: 	Cameron Kaiser[]
Sent: 	Tuesday, December 22, 2009 2:53 PM
Subject: 	Re: Hi-res on the PET

> I have one of those MTU Visible Memory boards (K-1008) and it doesn't 
> sound like either of the boards you're discussing; there were two models
> actually, the K1008 which was designed for a KIM but could be used in
> a PET with an adapter board, and the K1008-6 which was designed for
> the PET and added a few features. Both were 8K, 320x200 and could
> also be used as ordinary expansion RAM.
> No PIA and no low/high res option IIRC.

The MTU was one mode only and I don't remember a PIA on it either. The
pixel addressing is also quite different from what Olaf described. "One of
these days" I'm planning to add MTU Visable (yes, that's how it's spelled,
with an A and not an I) board emulation to KIMplement.

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