Re: Commodore 64 Ultimate Cartridge project

From: Pete Rittwage <>
Date: Tue, 8 May 2012 13:13:27 -0400 (EDT)
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On Tue, May 8, 2012 12:39 pm, Anders Carlsson wrote:
> Michau wrote:
>> For now, I think it would be best to use 512k SRAM and a CPLD. It could
>> be
>> configured to handle the SD-card interface, or even reprogrammed to
>> emulate the REU or whatever. I think this way it will be much more
>> flexible.
> Somehow it sounds like you're describing a C64 version of the VIC-20 Final
> Expansion?
> Best regards
> Anders Carlsson

There are already products that do this... such as EasyFlash.  Not on SD
cards, but large enough to hold all known carts, I would think, in the "3"
version.  It even already emulates some freezer carts.  Also, the 1541U
and Chameleon both do this in addition to disk emulation.

EasyFlash 3 also does kernal ROMs also... which is unique to that unit.


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