I'm not using the original kim-1 but the new kim-1 made by Vince Briel. on the new kim-1 the tape interface is not wired. (he is planning to build an extension later). I was thinking to rebuild the analogic part, so I was trying to understand the schematics. (Page 31 Kim manual) if I understand in the "great lines" I dont totally understand the purpose of each component. Best Regards, -- didier On 11/09/2012 12:42, Anders Carlsson wrote: > Didier Derny wrote: > >> I'm thinking to rebuild a tape interface for my new kim > > Excuse my ignorance, but doesn't the KIM-1 use a regular tape > recorder? I found a scanned/OCR:ed copy of the manual with a small > diagram how to connect the tape recorder to the computer board: > > http://www.kim-1.com/usrman.htm#25 > > Are you looking for something technically more advanced than that, > maybe how to convert a C2N to be used with a KIM-1? > > Last year, Thomas Gutmeier in Austria designed an adapter to connect a > C2N to a VTech Creativision video game. I suppose it is of no > relevance, since the Creativision inputs digital signals similar to > what the C2N already outputs. > > http://www.8bit-homecomputermuseum.at/repair/creativision_datasette_interface/Creativision_datasette_interface.html > > > Best regards > > Anders Carlsson > > > Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing listReceived on 2012-09-11 13:00:10
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