On 02/25/2014 06:43 PM, email@example.com wrote: > > For now I’d be more concerned with the full compatibility of the original setup. I tested (and use) the “realPLA” by skoe (yeah - the same one) but I don’t have the KU board (which is said to be most picky about what controls its chips) to test with. Can't speak about the KU, but I have two 250407 that will not play 'Edge of Disgrace' with a SuperPLA. It will always hang at a certain part of the demo. Use an original PLA and they work fine. On the other hand, the same SuperPLA works flawlessly in a 250466... On thing about the KU are the rather narrow traces. They didn't use planes or wide traces for the +5V and GND. If you feel adventurous, use your Oscilloscope to visualize what happens on a C64 board with GND. Hook up the GND part of the probe to GND at the power supply intput and the other part to GND at the keyboard connector. On a KU you will see peaks of up to 1V (peak to peak). Gerrit Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing listReceived on 2014-02-25 19:00:02
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