Marko Mäkelä wrote: > This is an old idea, but still worth of investigating, since burning CDs > is so cheap nowadays. In late 1980s there was one game company that > released a game CD for the C64 together with an adapter that plugged into > the cassette port and allowed the connection of a line-level audio signal > from a CD player to the "cassette read" signal. The first track could be > the loader in normal (slow) format, other tracks (how many can there be?) > can be filled with different programs using a much tighter coding. What about using digital output of some CD-drives with "play" button? Have someone info about SPDIF digital output of digital recorders/CD players? On Tue, 5 Oct 1999, Martijn van Buul wrote: >Well, I think that 44100 bit/s is most definately not doable. You assume >that it is possible to have the CD-player output up to 44K1 edges/second. >However, since every (decent) CD-player has a low-pass filter on it's output, >you most definately won't get these. Digital output contains stereo information. So 44100 bit/s is possible by using both channels for data. Regards, Frank - This message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list. To unsubscribe: echo unsubscribe | mail email@example.com.
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