Nicolas Welte írta: > Ah, so there is probably lots of gating inside the GAL ;-) In my opinion > the SID belongs to the C64 anyway and I don't care much about > alternative uses like the Plus/4, the SIDstation and the HardSID. I even > find it _extremely_ strange that CBM used in the B series! But, how much > is such a Plus/4 SID cart and does it come with or without SID? Christian still sells it, for about 100DM (with a 8580). Well this design was or should have been a must; in the early '90-s a lot of people coded on Plus/4 (both in Germany and Hungary). They were pushing and pushing the limits (...well, they were, I guess, still not reached); however the original sound of the computer was simply _crap. Even one, such loosely interfaced SID (different clock, rather different voice because of the filters and a really noticeable overdrive distortion) was a heaven in opposition to the TED's sounds. L. - This message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list. To unsubscribe: echo unsubscribe | mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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