Re: Guru Meditation Exact Visual Specs

From: Gerrit Heitsch <>
Date: Fri, 12 Aug 2016 08:53:46 +0200
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On 08/12/2016 08:43 AM, Clockmeister wrote:
> On 12/08/2016 12:55 PM, smf wrote:
>> On 12/08/2016 01:56, Clockmeister wrote:
>>> As an aside, the very earliest (non-Commodore branded on the fascia)
>>> PAL Amigas sold in Australia were NTSC machines converted to PAL by
>>> Commodore.
>>> You can see the additional board added by Commodore here standing
>>> vertical with the crystal on it.
>>> I'm not sure what the actual chip numbers are anymore, I would have
>>> to pull the A1000 out of storage and open it up.
>>> If there is interest, I will.
>> I am interested, it looks to me as if that has an 8367 PAL Agnus in it.
>> Commodore is the kind of upside down company where they could make a
>> PAL version of Agnus quicker than they could get a pcb
>> designed/manufactured, I wonder what the story is behind that.
> I've dug out the A1000 only to discover that I have replace Denise and
> Agnus for later chips at some point.

Probably because you wanted the EHB mode which the earlier DENISE didn't 
support. I only know a single PAL AGNUS in 48pin though, that would be 
the 8367R0.

> FWIW Paula is an 8364 R4 week 43 1985 in that machine and I'm certain at
> least that is the original one and is certainly the oldest that I have
> found thus far.

That is an old one, the usual PAULA was the 8364R7.


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